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LSU is not buildings. Buildings are constructed then age 
and decay. Some might say that this university is aged and 
decayed, but they have not looked around. LSU is not just 
buildings; it is people and the people are not decaying. 
They live, work, play, move, grow and change. It is their 
studies, experiments, research polls, fantasies and flops that 
make this university what it is, not the library, classrooms, 
practice rooms and labs. Without the people, the buildings 
stand empty and useless. They are not halls filled with 
knowledge for the future but halls filled with dust from the 
past. The people make them come alive. As long as there 
are people learning from each other by simply living, work- 
ing, playing and moving together LSU will keep on chang- 
ing, hopefully for the better. SH 








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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



INTRODUCTION . . . 



LIVE 

WORK , 

PLAY 

MOVE 

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GUMBO 



...P. 17 
...P. 53 



* SPECIAL RECIPE 
SECTION 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE: 

1. Look through book page by page. Don't skip over 
entire sections. There may be some surprises hidden 
in them. Wait until you finish looking at the whole 
thing before passing judgment. 

2. Take material in this book with all humor and 
sarcasm intended. It is not the purpose of it to 
sarcastically criticize or insult any one group but to 
insult all equally. 

3. Feel free to cut out all gifts presented to you and 
use them as directed. That is what we gave them to 
you for (Please excuse ending a sentence in a 
preposition but "That is the reason for which we 
gave them to you" sounded kinda awkward.) 

4. Attribute any misspelling of your name to the 
printing company. Everything was perfect when we 
sent it in of course. 

5. If you do not like this book, yell and scream, jump 
up and down, and write us a nasty letter telling us 
all the things page by page that you do not like. 
Then if you are still not satisfied, get someone to 
introduce a bill in the legislature. I want to be in 
Newsweek, too. 

The editor 








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WHERE DO YOU LIVE? WHY? 

. . . The dump. This university thinks it is the God-almighty and 
certainly superior to the U.S. Constitution. 

. . . I live in my mind because I can't stand it anywhere else on 
earth. 

. . . Kirby Smith. I wanted to be taken higher. 

. . . In a cemetery. I like long lasting relationships. 

. . . Baton Rouge. I was sentenced to "capital punishment." 

. . . Earth, I was born here. 

. . . Tiger Plaza because I don't want to live on campus. 

However, since I am two months short of being 21,1 have 
to tell the University that I commute from Covington. 

. . . Adormatoire, an eagles nest of perverted paradise, a 
soliloquy of obscene ruminations. 

. . . I live at home. I'd like to get back into an apartment, but, 
alas, too much hassle with authority. 
I'll never live on campus again, though." 



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Dorm Dweller 



The primary purpose of the University is to provide facilities, opportunities, and encouragement for the develop- 
ment of intellectual and moral excellence. From: Men's Dormitories at LSD 




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Greak Freak 



A laboratory in leadership, learning to live with all kinds of people, Greek societies provide the opportunity for 
self government in a framework of gracious living, beer cans, lawsuits, drunks, "Help" weeks, crowded busses, 
Derby Day, and tear-stained name tags. 









WuZoo 



Tigerland 
Tenement 



Off campus living so cool, so independent, learning to take care and fend for yourself! No more cafeteria 
food! No one checks your room, your hours, or your friends. Congratulations you've succeeded in escaping the 
domination of Dean Jameson now all you have to worry about is the landlord. 




WuZoo 



Jock Shop 



To most of the world, athletes are data composites and efficiency statistics. To insure performance, they are 
housed in an "athletic dorm" (something between a military boarding school and a monastery, as oppressive 
institutions go). Their already distinct imposing appearance is added to by patently retarded dress and hair 
regulations. "Being in training" compares with a priest's celebacy vows. For four years of education they spend a 
decade of afternoons on the field. In reality, the only people who treat them like the people they are are the 
students they get along with. 

Our own foolish involvement as spectators is a matter of personal choice; these guys bear the burden of our 
pleasure beyond all benefits they receive. They are pawns in games they in no way direct. For their souls and 
sanity, we should open our eyes. SW 




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TEMPORARY 
HOUSING 




What you do and where you do it when your car is blackballed and you 
have to wait for your ride to get home . . . 





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The Union Everybody Ends Up There Sooner or Later. 



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Study? no, it's just too pretty a day to be stuck 
in that library . . . 




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. . . and if the Union is too 
crowded and the Library cramps 
your style, just anyplace will 
do for killing time 'till your 
class or blowing off the whole 
day. Just about anywhere can 
be considered temporary housing, 
kite, frisby, cup of coffee or 
a book, then all you need is a 
sunny day and some friends to 
share it with. 



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GIRLS' DORMS 








It's twelve o'clock and time for little 

Dorothy Dorm to be stamped, checked, processed, 

and put away in her little box. Why, she wonders, 

must she tolerate such nonsense? Why is it she is old 

enough to drink at the Keg, but not in her room? 

Why is she old enough to watch submarine races 

in a cramped V.W., but not old enough to entertain 

her friends in her own room? Who's decision is 

this? Her own mom trusts her enough to let her 

go away to big, bad LSI), but once she gets here, 

she finds she has even a bigger mother to contend with. 






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ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS 




1. Sandra Taylor 

2. Chan Roark 

3. Unidentified 

4. Debra K. Jeansonne 

5. Janice Engels 

6. Nancy Scott 

7. Emily Kyzar 

8. Michelle Marchard 

9. Anne LeBlanc 
10. Linda Graver 

I I . Roselyn Koretzlcy 

12. Debbie Demouth 

13. JoAnne King 

14. less Sebastian 

15. Debbie Eagan 



16. Becky Batty 

1 7. Mabel Raworth 

18. Lidonna Lancaster 

19. Judy Lightfoot 

20. Michele Bernard 

21. Cindy Menano 

22. Debra Mill 

23. Carolyn Rapier 

24. Jan Golden 

25. Colleen, McDaniel, 
president 

26. Irish Cadden 

27. Allison Dohrman 








FRESHMAN ADVISERS 



ROW I: Joyce Carrigan, Mona Williams, Deborah Manthey, Mary O'Ouinn, Mary Kelly, Deborah Dupuy, Genny Cambre, Mary Voelkel, Eileen 
Looney, Kay Morales, Janet Fahey, Lintot Douglas, Linda Williams, Pam Freshney, Adalaide Smith, Mary Ellen Maurin, Mary Romero, Patricia Moss, 
Linda Jo Smilie, Estella Olivier, Janet Gleason. ROW 2: Ton! Barrone, Jane Chatelain, Vanessa Jackson, Kathy Fall, Heddy Ohlmeyer, Jan Hoot, 
Jeanine Songy, Yvonne Grundy, Patrice Ferrand, Charlotte Holcomb, Mary Ellen Halterman, Cathy Acuff, Susan Woods, Fran Phares, Myra Botsay, 
Margaret Badeaux, Germaine Noel. ROW 3: Ruth Ponder, Joyce Ben, Jenny Schmieder, Susan Durocher, Bridget McCutcheon, Cathleen Lyons, 
Kathy D'Albor, Chris Roessle, Sharon Horton, Terry Patrick, Monica Burris, Kathy Tankersly, Debbie Heinrich, Ann Meyer, Millie McClindon, Janet 
Harris, Cathy Pittman, Marion Hollingsworth, Elva Jo Crawford, Linda Williams, Kerrie Turner, Catherine Anderson, Rita Linn, Andrea Stevenson, 
Lorraine Shelton, April Milliard. 











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BOYS' DORMS 



I've just returned 

To the good old Ivy League. 

I've been gone for four years. 

I first unpacked my tattersall 

Gant Buttondowns. 

Shined my horseshoe buckle. 

Got my cordovan Weejuns out, 

Saddle Ocs and Corbin slacks. 

What's this? 

Everyone's wearing bluejeans! 

OK, which bluejeans are cool? 

Levi's, stick to them, 

Levi's are always cool. 

I need a pair of 

Square-toe cowboy boots. 

My hair's too short. 

Is my rap heavy enough? 

Give the Gants to the Salvation Army 

to be recycled by winos. 

Gotta get workshirts and T-shirts instead. 

Are my bellbottoms long enough? 

My moustache's out. 

I'm ready. 

Hey man, outasight. 

I'm stoned on some 

Dynamite hash. 

Ca macho 




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COUNSELORS: I. Roger Davis 2. Frank Willis 3. Michael Joseph 4. W. 
Raymond Means 5. Greg Smith 6. Robert Wormand 7. Dave Colomb 8. 
Alan Watts 9. K. Danny Bourgeois 10. Karlon Simon I I. Mark Valinyiano 
12. Carl Franco 13. Charles Backstrom 14. Walter Scott 15. Gary Clay- 
ton 16. Frank Landreaux 17. Chris Webb 18. Lee Ettinger 19. Jeff 
French 20. Jeff Crane 21. Jimmy Songy. 



MEN'S DORMITORY ASSOCIATION 
MEN'S COUNSELORS 




SITTING (Left to right): 

1 . Scott Crichton 

2. Robert Gardner 

3. Tom Burke, spring pres. 

4. Dim Martin 

5. David Darden, fall pres. 
STANDING (Left to right): 

1 . Burton Guidry 

2. Rich Lieber 

3. Randall Helmick 

4. Dan Marquardt 

5. Butch McGehee 

6. Kent Ellis 

7. Louis Brister, adviser 

8. Jeff Eggart 
NOT PICTURED: 

1. Larry Albright 

2. Dan Knowles 





COUNSELORS: I. Paul Root 2. Dan Landry 3. George Wells 4. Steve Landreneau 5. Richard Overkamp 
6. Sru Richardson 7. Jack Daniels 8. Gary Pine 9. Sam Solis 10. Bobby Paul I I. Russell McGee 12. Dennis 
Cascio 13. B. J. Kruse 14. Rufus Thomas 15. Vic Hemard 16. Tim McElroy 17. Greg Roberts 18. John 
Baudry 19. Jim Gibson, house director 20. John Hauck 21. Larry Newcome 22. Dan La Reur 23. James 
Tithemneyer 24. John Lowry 25. Loren Carvajal 26. Kevin Beamish 27. Lynn Frazier, house director 28. 
Pat Magee 29. Jimmy Ray. 



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A STUDY IN 
LIFESTYLES 







LOOK WHAT THEY'VE DONE TO OUR SON 










In her grave, 

His mother turns 

Once and moans. 

Wouldn't she die, 

I thought, if really 

She did see now. 

It's enough to kill anyone. 



Julia Murchison 




WHAT DO YOU EAT? WHERE? 




College Town Grocery? It really exists? 



At the Library. Only low dive left. 





At Burger King for 
fast service. 




Healthy food because, in addition to other things, 

you are what you eat. 

My own words commonly. Food preferably. 
Food. I have found that it sustains life better than 

rocks, sunlight, or diesel oil. 



I eat only because my unexisting self will not unexist 
without nourishment. I don't think I could ever figure out 
what I eat because I eat in the Pentagon Cafe. 

Anything to keep my lower digestive system busy. 

Popcorn and beer on Fridays. (Popcorn's free.) 

Number 7, hold the grease. 





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WHERE DO YOU WORK? 

... I work the Tuesday-Thursday shift at Pentagon all the other girls 
work Monday-Wednesday-Friday. 

. . . I'm in the numbers racket 3202. 

. . . In the infirmary I give V.D., mono, and pregnancy tests, depending 
on what day it is. 

. . . I'm a narc. You're under arrest. 

. . . For the MMJ. Dectective Agency, searching for illicit sex in the dorm. 

. . . I work for the GRET STET OF LOOZIANA, upholding the law and 
the order and keeping them durned students in line. 

. . . Catering you should see my fantastic collection of silverware. 
. . . At the Agriculture Extension Center I count sperm in bull semen. 

. . . I type tests for a professor in accounting department it gets me a 
lot of friends. 

. . . I'm a pimp at N. Stadium Dorm. See page 344. 



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Students rarely notice them except to laugh at 
such a creation as the "Light Bulb Truck" or to 
wonder how the waste-paper basket mysteri- 
ously gets emptied each night, but they lurk 
the campus painting, spraying, cleaning and 
hammering. For most here the only image of 
OP&M is the smell of black, sticky tar or their 
big green trucks, but you learn to appreciate 
them when that irritating, blinking fluorescent 
light finally gets fixed or all four sides of the 
Campanile read the same time. Then you can 
settle back in the secure knowledge that 
somebody will be around to fix it all the next 
time . . . 




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PRESIDENT MARTIN D. WOODIN 




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CHANCELLOR CECIL G. TAYLOR 




FRONT ROW (Left to right): 

Carlos G. Spaht, Chairman 

Murphy J. Foster 

Jimmie H. Davis 

Dr. James R. Peltier 

William S. Peck Jr. 

SECOND ROW (Left to right): 

Dr. A. Eglin McKeithen 

John Sherrouse Jr. 

James T. Staples 

Gordon E. Dore 

A. L. Swanson 

Oliver P. Stockwell 

William T. Brown 





OARD OF SUPERVISORS 



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FRONT ROW (Left to right): 
Slenn A. "Gunner" Koepp 
Stephen W. "Pretty Boy" Crawford 
SECOND ROW (Left to right): 
Michael S. "Chief" Baer III 
C. Vernon "Dude" Ritchie 
Michael D. "Mugsy" Skinner 
David A. "Hats" Hamilton 
William R. "The Persuader" Boone 




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BORED OF SOUPS 



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BOYD PROFESSORS 




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LEFT TO RIGHT: 

Dr. Walter C. Richardson, History 

Dr. Philip W. West. Chemistry 

Dr. T. Harry Williams, History 

Dr. Sean P. McSlynn, Chemistry 

Dr. Joseph M. Reynolds, Physics 

Dr. Leo D. Newsom, Entomology 

Dr. William A. Pryor, Chemistry 

Dr. Richard D. Anderson, Mathematics 

Dr. George H. Lowery, Zoology 

Dr. Pasquale Porcelli, Mathematics 

IN THE CLASSROOM: 

Dr. Wex S. Malone, Law 

Dr. Robert C. West, Geography and 

Anthropology 



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FAVORITE PROFESSOR 
EDWIN O. TIMMONS 




"Everybody has to 
be somebody." 




S.G.A. 




DEPARTMENT HEADS: PICTURED ABOVE (Left to 
right): Will Pozzi, head of Council on Environmental 
Issues; Vishnu C. Varshney, Department of Foreign Stu- 
dent Affairs; Lloyd Dore III, co-head of the Department 
of Resident Student Affairs; Steve Irving, Ombudsman's 
Committee; John Porterfield, Executive Assistant for 
Student Affairs; Ed Bankston, Ombudsman's Committee. 
PICTURED RIGHT (Left to right): Frank Roubleau, Exec- 
utive Assistant for Operations; Leo Hamilton, head of 
the Department of Research and Information. NOT PIC- 
TURED: C. Bruce Baker, Executive Assistant for Aca- 
demic Affairs; Elizabeth Erny, Department of Academic 
Affairs; M. G. Mitchell, co-head of Department of Resi- 
dent Student Affairs; Steve Backstrom, non-existent 
Department of Manpower; Walter Leger, non-existent 
Department of Consumer Affairs; Steve Giglio, head of 
the Research Grant Committee. 



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Kerry Pourciau, preiident 




Students don't have time for S6A they're here to 
be educated. That is precisely the reason an effective 
SGA is imperative! Soneone has to protect the students' 
interest. Faculty members can't they're hard put to 
protect their own interests. Administrators won't the 
nature of administering a university causes them to make 
decisions that are injurious to someone, tread upon the 
feelings of someone, violate the rights of someone. If 
administrative action must incur the resistance of some 
element of society, it often "follows the path of least 
resistance." And all too often that path has been the 
students. 

As illustration we might recall remarks attributed by 
the Daily Reveille to various administrators: 

James Reddoch, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs: 
"We can afford to lose the half million dollars from 
option IV residents a lot better than we can afford to 
lose our reputation with the rest of Louisiana.", 

James T. Staples, member of the Board of Supervisors: 
"I cannot go along and face legislators and others we 
must get money from if we have 24-hour visitation." 2 

Carlos Spaht, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors: "I 
can understand how you feel. However, 24-hour visita- 
tion has a connotation which I cannot explain. " 3 

I'm reminded of a passage by Kenneth Keniston, "... a 
university administration that shows itself unduly sensitive 
to political, legislative, or public pressures, that treats 
students arrogantly, ineptly, condescendingly, hypocriti- 
cally, or, above all, dishonestly, is asking for a 
demonstration.'^ 

Many students don't care what SGA does or does not 
do, but they do care what infringements are placed 
upon their freedom to reside where they please, dine 
where they please, come and go as they choose, drink 
what they want to drink, smoke what they want to smoke. 

1 Daily Reveille, Feb. 8, 1973 

2 Op. cit., Feb. 16, 1973 

3 Ibid. 

4 Young Radicals: Notes on Committed Youth, Kenneth 
Keniston, p. 3 1 2 



VICE PRESIDENTS: (Left to right): Steve Perry, executive assistant (fall); Joe D. 
Niswanger, financial vice-president (spring); Frank Metiger, financial vice-presi- 
dent (summer-fall); Gary Elkins, legislative vice-president. 



The freedoms that students desire 
and are mature enough to accept 
responsibly can more easily be achieved 
through some kind of united effort. The 
Student Government Association should 
be that united effort. SSA, in fact, 
exists for this purpose. This is what is 
purchased by the dollar and a half that 
each student pays to SGA each semes- 
ter. Is the student getting his money's 
worth? Just how successful, relative to 
its potential, has SGA been? Possibly, 
not very. 

It remains for us, then, to make SGA 
more effective so that we as stu- 
dents get a better return on our invest- 
ment. Increased effectiveness of SGA 
hinges on many factors, three of which 
follow. 

First, SGA must be considered a seri- 
ous business, not an extracurricular 
activity or a social club. The individuals 
who are elected to run the student gov- 
ernment, the President and Vice Presi- 
dents, must take their responsibility 
seriously and devote as much time to 
the job as it requires of them. They 
should be free to take few or no hours 
of college credit if they deem that nec- 
essary to the adequate performance of 
their duties in SGA. A requirement 
that candidates for these offices must 
have been full-time students for several 
semesters prior to their running for 
office will eliminate the possibility of 
"outside agitators" being elected. 

Second, the continued financial inde- 
pendence of SGA is imperative. SGA's 
revenue is now and must continue to be 
a self-assessment by the student body 
voted upon in a referendum. The pres- 
ent assessment of $ 1 .50 per student per 
semester was approved by the students 
in April, 1970. Any change in the 
amount of that assessment should be 
proposed by the Student Assembly and 
voted upon by the student body. Any 
plan whereby the amount of SGA's rev- 
enue would be determined by the Uni- 
versity Budget Committee would place 
SGA at the mercy of the administra- 
tion. The current system, in which the 
administration agrees to collect these 
funds from the students at registration 
and SGA agrees to follow state law 
and University procedure regarding 
expenditure, is a good one. The restric- 
tions on expenditure (e.g. receiving 
bids) are, for the most part, healthy. 




In the past, SGA has been able to 
carry over to the present fiscal year 
any of its funds not spent in the past 
fiscal year. Any change in this proce- 
dure should be vehemently opposed by 
SGA. 

Third, SGA should formulate and 
propose a plan for a University Senate 
in which students, faculty, and adminis- 
tration would be equally represented. 
The faculty seems ready to move away 
from the "Faculty Council" concept 
toward a smaller, less cumbersome fac- 
ulty senate. A greater improvement 
would be made with the creation of a 
University Senate, for this body would 
facilitate increased communication 
among the three groups. 



These suggestions are in no way con- 
tradictory to Jefferson's much- 
accepted view that "that government 
which governs best, governs least," for 
the power of government at this univer- 
sity does not rest with SGA. In fact, 
"Student Government Association" is a 
misnomer. SGA is, rather, an interest 
group, and as such, actually limits the 
power of government that is vested in 
the administration. SGA should hold a 
very valuable place in that system of 
governmental checks and balances that 
we Americans hold dear. 

Frank Metzger 
433-88-4560 



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1 . Jerry Slattery 

2. Marie Cragie 

3. Susan Garver 

4. John Pastorek 

5. Jo Huttburg 

6. Bernie Smith 

7. Beno Duhon 

8. Doug Lambert 

9. Tom Burke 

10. Karla Swacker 

1 1. F. Steve Landreneau 

12. Marti Nelson 

13. Vishnu Varshney 

14. A. J. Burns 

15. Keith Morgan 

16. Steve Hebert 

17. Kelly Hagga 

18. Doug Vickers 

19. Joe D. Niswanger 
. OUT WORKING: 
. Linda Kuehnle 



STUDENT ASSEMBLY 







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UNION 



UNION COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 

1. Paul Moore Pop Entertainment 

2. Debi Akchin Leisure Entertainment 

3. Brenda Rigby Creative Talent 

4. Rebecca McCauley Speakers 

5. John Schexnayder Intercampus Exchange 

6. Steve Raymond Free University 

7. Glenn Lowitz Quiz Bowl 

8. Kay Guidry Travel 

9. Mike Cunha Sports Specials 
10. Carrie Hart Recreation 

I I. Joan Marquette Campus Services 

12. Randy Harelson Cinema 

1 3. Kevin Rhodes Art 

14. Mary Walker Ethnic Culture 

15. Charlie Bulnes Theater and Dance 

16. Allegra Nevils Affairs 

1 7. Becky Mutter Oeberst Hospitality 

18. Bobby Veith International 

19. Andrea Patronas Public Relations 




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COMMITTEE MEMBERS 





Tom Levitan, president 




UNION GOVERNING BOARD: KNEELING: Gary Elkins. STANDING: Richard House, Clown, Glen Starts, Karen Simopoulos, Carl Thomas, 
Don Phillips, Cathy Fry, Rebecca McCauley, Tom Levitan, Polly Blanche, Dowell Fontenot, John White. SITTING: Frank Metzger, Jay Gulotta. 



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UNION PROGRAM COUNCIL: (Left to right): Ruth Stubblefield, David Hamilton, Rebecca McCauley. 
Frank Maclcie, Ruth McCauley. 







UNION VICE PRESIDENTS 

1. Jay Gulotta 
program vice-president 

2. Cathy Fry 
leadership vice-president 

3. Dowell Fontenot 
financial vice-president 



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LAW SCHOOL 



So you want to be a lawyer? You have to be a law student first. 
Competing with friends, studying, being humiliated in classroom 
gladiatorial combat sessions, experiencing real pressure, feeling 
guilty when free time is taken, wearing two-toned shoes and dou- 
ble-knit slacks, learning lawyerlike glib to argue any side of any 
question, realizing your morals conflict with the law, finding loop- 
holes, doubting your professors, the law, your friends, yourself, 
everything . . . asking why? 

Where's the good side? Drinking coffee in the Union, going to a 
section drunk, placing football bets, releasing pressures after finals, 
playing cards, football, handball, and basketball, watching skin- 
flicks, realizing there are some professors who do believe in right 
and wrong, laughing in the locker room, getting trapped in the ele- 
vator, knowing it will someday be worth it . . . ? 




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Acosta, Roland 
Adkins, Bachman 
Arceneaux, Gerald 
Armstrong, John 
Arnette, W. Gregory 
Banluton, Ed 

Beasley, Byford 
Bell, Lawrence 
Bencomo, Raul 
Bingham, Clifton 
Blaize, Charles 
Brasseaux, Carl 

Bull, Charles 
Callaway, Stephen 
Campbell, William 
Cary, Paul 
Cattete, Herman 
Clarice, Robert 

Clement, Leslie 
Cole, Kenneth 
Coleman, Ronald 
Core! I, Christopher 
Cornett, Dan 
Cryer, Tommy 

Cusimano, Joseph 
D'Amico, Salvador 
Davis, Hubert 
Davis, John 
Dawson, Ray 
DeVille, Stefan 

Dry. Ray 
Duke, Marvin 
Elam, Joseph 
Eldredge, George 
Evans, William 
Fontenot, J. Brent 



Senior Thibodaui 

Junior Shongaloo 

Junior Marrero 
Senior Washingtonville. N.Y. 

Senior Jennings 

Senior Ponchatoula 

Freshman Ferriday 

Senior Baton Rouge 

Freshman New Orleans 

Senior Baton Rouge 

Senior Lafayette 

Freshman Sunset 

Junior Welsh 

Senior Shreveport 

Senior New Orleans 

Senior Shreveport 

Senior Lake Charles 

Senior Metairie 

Junior Baton Rouge 

Senior Lafayette 

Senior Baton Rouge 

Junior Ville Platte 

Senior Urania 

Senior Lake Charles 

Senior Harvey 

Freshman Metairie 

Senior Arcadia 

Senior Tangipahoa 

Freshman Jackson 

Freshman Ville Platte 

Senior Baton Rouge 

Junior Baton Rouge 

Senior Houston, Tex. 

Freshman Silsbee, Tex. 

Freshman Baton Rouge 

Freshman Ville Platte 




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Fontenot, John 
Fontenot, Joseph 
Frey, Kerry 
Fruge, Christopher 
Gordon, Ana-Valli 
Guillory, Lawrence 

Hall, William 
Hardey, Matthew 
Harris, Thorne 
Hebert, David 
Herzog, John 
Hill, Blaise 

Hill, William 
Hunter, Walter 
Johnson, Michael 
Johnson, William 
Kearns, Donald 
Kent, H. Glen 

Kraft. Ralph 
Lawrence, Cliff 
Le Blanc, Russell 
Ledford, James 
Lee, John 
LeJeune, Raymond 

Losavio, Peter 
Magbee, Byron 
Maginnis, Michael 
Maloney, Marilyn 
Mandell, Cuthbert 
Marabella, Anthony 

Mary, James 
Marsh. Mack 
Matthews, Michael 
McClelland, James 
Middleton, Vernon 
Minvielle, Leon 



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Baton Rouge 

Ville Platte 

New Orleans 

Eunice 

Shreveport 

Covington 

New Orleans 

Marrero 

Shreveport 

Alexandria 

Shreveport 

Coushatta 

Bunkie 

Lafayette 

Baton Rouge 

Clinton 

Shreveport 

Monroe 

Abbeville 

Hammond 

New Orleans 

Mamou 



Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Metairie 
New Orleans 
Lake Charles 
Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Gonzales 

Elton 

Baton Rouge 
New Iberia 



T^V 






Morgan, Robert 
Mullens, John 
Nesser, John 
O'Kane, James 
Perkins. Warrer 

Pletsch, Gregory 
Potter, George 
Prejeant, Robert 
Reed, Andrew 
Reed. Oscar 
Reynolds. Earl 

Redley, Stephen 
Romero, Robert 
Roy, Dean 
Russell. William 
Ryan, J. Rodney 
Seng. Annette 

Shoemaker, Harry 
Smith, Bernard 
Smith, Carroll 
Smith, James 
Smith, Ronald 
St. Dirier, Byron 

Stemmans. W. Michael 
Stubbs. William 
Teague, Gene 
Toups, Olden 
Trahan, Christopher 
Turner, James 

Tutt, Charles 
Vercher, Marvin 
Viviano, Louis 
Wai. Alex 
Walle, David 
Warner. Anita 

Willeford. James 
Willis, Hamilton 



Junior 
Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Freshman 

freshman 

Junior 

Senior 

Freshman 

Senior 

Freshman 

rresnman 

Junior 

Junior 

Junior 

Junior 

Junior 

Freshman 

Senior 

Senior 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Junior 

Senior 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Junior 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 



Plaquemine 

Denham Springs 

Monroe 

Baton Rouge 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Miami, Ra. 

Marietta. Ga. 
Bogalusa 

Schriever 

Basile 

Basile 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 
Welsh 

Baton Rouge 

Winnfield 

Baton Rouge 

Bogalusa 

Baton Rouge 
Mandeville 
Choudrant 

Lake Charles 
Shreveport 

Lake Charles 

Lafayette 

Sicily Island 

Harvey 

Gretna 

Lake Charles 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Natch itoches 

Opelousas 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Bossier City 

Shreveport 
St. Francitville 




GRADUATE SCHOOL 



Expounding on why one seeks to scale higher than the bachelor rung often may 
sound more like a defense of a deed rather than an explanation of the endeavor. 
There is a certain isolation, in fact, the graduate school is somewhat an academic 
ethic group . . . with its own brand of ethic humor. 

What did the big moron say to all the little morons? 

"There's a six dollar binding fee on your thesis." 

And why is it that the week before your very first seminar is due, all of the 

journals you need pull the Houdini bit ... and your roommate comes back from 

Denver with two cases of Coors. 

The rich get richer and the poor get Ph.D's. 

The big break comes when the teaching assistantship is ceremoniously placed 
around your neck of knowledge. After giving your first test, you hear an SAE 
pledge (as he turns in his paper) muttering something about Grandmother Berry's 
silver gift to her grandson Chuck. 

Then comes the ORAL EXAMINATION. As you climb the thirteen steps to the 
second floor, all of the questions you've heard from others oral exams race 
through your mind. You imagine your first question . . . "Define the world in 
twenty-five words or less, be specific and give examples." 

Finally the big day comes, the degree is in your hand, all the years of toil 
behind you, that feeling of success . . . that feeling of unemployment! Cheer up, 
there's two job openings for PH.D's at the Pentagon now. 

Dennis M. Mitchell 





86 




Abu, Mohd 
Addison, Pamela 
Alfred, Bernard 
Anderson, James 
Ashok, Hema 
Balhoff , John 

Barrios, Eiequiel 
Barroso, Juan 
Battle, Manuel 
Beale, Alberto 
Berry, Janis 
Bhargava, Anil 

Boudreaux, Edmond 
Boudreaux, Susie 
Brumfield, Patsy 
Brunton, Margaret 
Burton, William 
Casselman, Gordon 

Chao. Carol 
Chemay, Mark 
Choudhury, Pranab" 
Chung, Soomi 
Clifford, Craig 
Colvin, Wayne 

Combs, Brenda 
Cooks, Sylvia 
Coombs, Danny 
Curry, Mary-Grace 
Darrateadt, Gary 
Dasgupta, Anupam 

Dean, Robert 
Dedhiya, Champshi 
Durr, Barbara 
Dyer, John 
Engelhardt, Mark 
Evans, Ha Hod 

Fertitta, Sammy 
Foreman, Jo Ann 
Gum, Gwendolyn 
Gupta, Surinder 
Haii-Hashim, Abdul 
Hamid, Sharif uddin 

Harper. Wallace 
Harvey, James 
Hebert, Andre 
Hendricks, Daniel 
Hsu. Kuan-Wen 
Islam. Mir 



Malaysia 

Luling 
Arcadia 

Timmonsville, S.C. 

India 

Baton Rouge 

Colombia 
Cuba 

Dominican Rep. 
Cuba 

Hattiesburg, Miss. 
India 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Magnolia, Miss. 

Vicksburg, Miss. 

McMinnville, Ore. 

Jeanerette 

Taiwan 

Laplace 

India 

Korea 

New Orleans 
New Iberia 

Dallas, Tex. 

Jeanerette 

Alexandria 

Gretna 

Westlake 
India 

Monroe 
India 

New Orleans 

Ecuador 

Covington 

Chalmette 

Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 

Plaquemine 

Baton Rouge 

Malaysia 

Malaysia 

Slidell 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Milwaukee. Wis. 

China 

Bangladesh 



87 



Islam, Mafisa 
Jernigan, S. William 
Johnson, J. Richard 
Joseph, Michael 
Keith, Solon 
Khan, Mahmood 

Kirspel, Kenneth 
Lane, Ralph 
Lee, Maxine 
Lewis, Samuel 
Liles, Henry 
Lim, Chung 

Limpavathanyu, Somboon 
Lindsley, Norma 
Lushene, Joseph 
McCullars, Liz 
McDonald, Eloise 
McMahan, Michael 

McManus, Barbara 
Madden, James 
Mahajan, Sudesh 
Martin, Donna 
Mead, Margaret 
Melville, David 

Movafaghi, Baram 
Mufti, Masud 
Neal, Karla 
Nelson, William 
Nicholson, John 
Norred, DoraAnn 

Ochomogo, Maria 
Olin, Kathryn 
Olinde, James 
Owens, Barbara 
Parilch, Lokesh 
Parker, Sydney 

Parr, James 
Parsinia, Ali 
Partee, Emery 



India 

Baton Rouge 

N. Little Rock, Ark. 

Kosciusko, Miss. 

Port Allen 

India 



Shreveport 

Columbus, Miss. 

Columbus, Ga. 

Baker 

Lake Charles 
Korea 



Thailand 

Pueblo, Colo. 

Satellite Beach, Fla. 

El Dorado, Ark. 

Arkadelphia, Ark. 

Batesville, Miss. 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

India 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Hodge 

Bossier City 

Tehran 

Pakistan 

Baton Rouge 

Bastrop 
Baton Rouge 

Dodson 



Cuba 

Shreveport 

Jarreau 

Auburn, Ala. 

India 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Brookside, N.J. 

Iran 

Beidsville, N.C. 






Pastorek, Joseph 
Pell. John 

Perez Venero, Mima 
Poole, Rosa 
Poonai, Niamjit 
Rasti, Mehrdad 

Rhea, D. Keith 
Richard, Patrick 
Rodprasert, Prachoom 
Rodriguez-Bailey, Javier 
Roe, Deborah 
Rogillio, Kathy 

Sachen, James 
Savoy, Paul 
Schexnayder, Nolan 
Schmersahl, Kurt 
Shipley, Carla 
Shokooh, Farrokh 

Simoneaux, Philip 
So, Chi Kong 
Squires, Susan 
Stahl, Judith 
Stogner, Shirlene 
Stubblefield, Carolyn 

Surgi, Julie 
Syngle, Bishan 
Torrey, Margaret 
Tsoi, Kaihong 
Verzwyvelt, Terrie 
Vetter. Janet 

Villemarette, Janice 
Washington, Gwendolyn 
Waterman, Cleve 
Weeks, Martha 
Wollard. Dennis 
Zafar, Hussain 



Baton Rouge 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Canal Zone 

Natchez, Miss. 

Guyana 

Iran 

Houma 

Lawtell 

Thailand 

Mexico 

Morgan City 

Zachary 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

Morgan City 

Laplace 

Lafayette 

Hermitage, Ark. 

Iran 

New Orleans 

Hong Kong 

New Orleans 

Bossier City 

Tylertown, Miss. 

Baton Rouge 

Hickory, N.C. 
India 

New Iberia 
Hong Kong 

Boyce 
Puerto Rico 

Marksville 

Plaquemine 

New Orleans 

Sturgis, Miss. 

Andrews, Tex. 

Chicago, III. 




COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 



Ever visit the southside of campus where supposedly the "fowl" 
odors lurk and the "seedy" characters In cowlcickers congregate? If 
you really have looked over the Aggie area you might have found 
it a bit different. First, you may have noticed that that part of 
campus now smells unusually pleasant as the work of horticulturists 
abounds. Also you might have exclaimed, "My God, that Aggie's 
got hair over his ears and no boots!" And sure enough he does. 
You probably found out by talking to a few Ag. students that they 
won't all be from Cowhoun or Shongaloo, but more likely they will 
be from N.O. or Big B.R. 

Yes, the Cow College has and is changing. Its name nowdays is 
the Center for Agricultural Sciences. But one thing never changes. 
We must feed every mouth that cries for feeding. With an ever 
decreasing number of farmers, food and fiber must be produced 
for an ever increasing population. Also as the world must become 
more ecologically conscious, we must find safer inputs for prod- 
uction. How will we meet these challenges? Not by calling for a 
demonstration or calling for government action and legislation, but 
by rational thought, study, and hard work. 





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90 




Alexander, David 
Andre, Melanie 
Aubin, Paul 
Austin, Mary Lynn 
Auyeung, Grace 
Bagala, Marilyn 

Bagley, Clyde 
Beck, James 
Becnel, Sidney 
Braase, Charles 
Blackwood, Janet 
Bellinger, Julie 

Bougon, Tracie 
Brandon, Mary 
Brechtel, Julie 
Carpenter, Susan R. 
Chandler, Brian 
Chaney, John 

Chandler, Nancy 
Chatman, Frederick 
Christina, C. J. 
Clapp, Willard 

Colvin, Kittle 
Correnti, Frank 

Coulon, Dwayne 
Crawford, Anne 
Curry, Daniel 
Dawton, Mark 
Dick, Joseph 
Dixon, Bobbie 

Drake, George 
DuBois, Joseph 
Dwyer, C. J. 
Dykes, Steve 
Ebon, Ahmad 
Emmett, Kathy 



Sophomore 

Freshman 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 
Junior 
Junior 
Senior 
Junior 
Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Junior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 
Senior 
Junior 

Senior 
Senior 
Senior 



Jarreau 

Harahan 

Baton Rouge 

Harahan 

New York, N.Y. 

Donaldsonville 



Longstreet 

Shreveport 

Hahnville 

Arcda 

Baton Rouge 

Lockport 

New Orleans 
New Orleans 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 
Houston, Tex. 
La Camp 

Metairie 

Bogalusa 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Metairie 

Gramercy 

Tylertown, Miss. 

Baton Rouge 

Morganza 

Albany 

Baton Rouge 

Metairie 

Avery Island 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Malaysia 

Nashville, Tenn. 




91 



Eng, Quinton 
Es+eve, Donald 
Ewell, Andrea 
Ferrand, Patrice 
Fitzgerald, Dan 
Fitzgerald, Patricia 

Fletcher, James 
Flowers, James 
Fontenot, Donald 
Fontenot, Linda 
Fos, Charles 
Franks, Deborah 

Freeman, Edward 
Fuselier, Gregory 
Futch, Thomas 
Gardsbane, Karen 
Gaspard, Bradley 
Gautreau, Charles 

Gieron, Joan 
Giesemann, Debra 
Girlinghouse, Jan 
Gissel, Deborah 
Grantham, Oliver 
Gremillion, Gayle 

Gremillion, Sylvan 
Guidry, Judy 
Hamburger, David 
Hamilton, William 
Hampden, Keith 
Hampton, Charles 

Hamzah, Azimi 
Han/iaman, Margaret 
Hebert, Charles 
Hemard, Victor 
Henagan, Elizabeth 
Higgenbotham, Sharon 



Junior 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Graduate 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 
Junior 
Senior 
Junior 
Junior 
Freshman 



Honduras 

Westwego 

Baker 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Tampa, Fla. 

Baton Rouge 

Opelousas 

Vidrine 

Ville Platte 

Chalmette 

Zachary 

Innis 

Mamou 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Abbeville 

Gonzales 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Pineville 

Metairie 

Denham Springs 

New Orleans 

Alexandria 

Maplewood 

Chalmette 

Alexandria 

Guyana 

Natchitoches 

Malaysia 

Baton Rouge 

French Settlement 

Chalmette 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 





92 




Holcomb, Patricia 
Howell, Calvin 
Hubbs, M. Janelle 
Hubbs, Parry 
Hudson, Catherine 
Jennings, Jimmy 

Keenze, Sherry 
Kelly, Steve 
Kelly, Debra 
Kennison, Danny 
Kovac, Kenneth 
Laiche, Mary Catherine 

Lambert, Andrea M. 
Landers, Alvin 
Landry, Daniel 
Lanie, Renee 
Lassus, Leon 
Lee, Freda 

Leeper, Richard 
Lloyd, Susan 
Loft, Lawrence 
Lovelace, Bruce 
Mack, Regina 
Massett, Melaine 

Matherne, James 
McCasland. Martha 
McCutcheon, Cyndi 
McSrew, Paula 
McVea, Thomas 
Melton, Glen 

Meyer, Nancy 
Mire, Gary 
Mitchell, Deborha 
Moud-Lassim, Mohammed 
Morgan, Alan 
Morgan, Richard 



Sophomore 

Freshman 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 



Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Junior 

Senior 

Junior 

Freshman 

Junior 

Junior 

Freshman 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 



St. Francisville 

Metairie 

Pride 

Pride 

Baton Rouge 
Tallulah 

Baldwin 
Shreveport 
Shreveport 

Duplessis 
Mer Rouge 

.Metairie 

Metairie 

Alexandria 

Rayne 

Jeanerette 

Metairie 

Bogalusa 

Kenner 

Metairie 

Covington 

Plaquemine 

Metairie 

New Orleans 

Houma 

Alexandria 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

St. Francisville 

Winnfield 

Norwallt, Conn. 

Baton Rouge 

Amite 

Malaysia 

Alexandria 

Baton Rouge 




Morris, Paul 

Morrissette, Donald 
Navarro, Mauricio 
Niswanger, Joe 
Normand, Thomas 
Norsworthy, James 

Nunnery, David 
Ohlmeyer, Gretchen 
O'Neill, John 
O'Quinn, David 
Ortego, Anthony 
Ory, Patricia 

Pecquet, Linda 
Perrodin, J. Donovan 
Petersen, Ralph 
Poche, Raymond 
Poisso, Mike 
Porterie, Gaston 

Powers, Antoinette 
Pregeant, JoAnn 
Pressler, Norman 
Read, Terry 
Reine, Cheryl 
Rivette, Kathy Ann 

Rourlt, Allan 
Roussel, Allen 
Ruhee, Keertee 
Russell, Rodney 
Russell, Thomas 
Schmidt, Keith 

Schmieder, Nancy 
Schoen, Sally 
Scott, Christopher 
Scott, Deborah 
Seale, Jackie 
Sharpe, Linda 

Shelton, Raymond D. 
Simons, James 
Slette, Joseph 
Smith, Louis 
Smith, Emily 
Songy, Jeanine 

Soule, Sam 
Stephens, Barbie 
Stokes, Patricia 
Taylor, Rita 
Terrio, David 
Territo, Peter 

Thevenot, Thomas 
Thomas, David 
Urbina, Domingo 
Walker, Cheree 
Weinmann, Susan 
Welchley, Alan 

Westergaard, Joyce 
Wilfert, Paula 
Williams, Linda 
Williams, Randall 
Yakupzack, Laura 
Yassin, Zaitun 

Zeno, Suzanne 



Senior 
Junior 
Junior 
Senior 
Junior 
Senior 

Senior 
Junior 
Senior 
Junior 
Senior 
Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 



Stanley 

Baton Rouge 

Port Allen 

Calhoun 

Bordelonville 

Jackson 

Baton Rouge 

Plaquemine 

Boyce 

Natchitoches 

Ville Platte 

Convent 

New Orleans 

Ville Platte 

New Orleans 

Gonzales 

Dry Prong 

New Orleans 

St. Louis, Mo. 
New Orleans 
El Paso, Tex. 
Lake Charles 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 

Nicaragua 

Baton Rouge 

Mauritius 

Baton Rouge 

Tallulah 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 
New Orleans 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Eutawville, S.C. 

Shreveport 

Natchez, Miss. 

Alexandria 

Metairie 

Shreveport 

Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 

Daytona Beach, Fla. 

Morgan City 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Cottonport 

Haynesville 

Venezuela 

Beaumont, Tex. 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Crowley 

Dallas, Tex. 

Baton Rouge 

Houma 

Malaysia 

Baton Rouge 




94 



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AGRICULTURE ECONOMICS CLUB 



STANDING (Left to right): Fredric Chatman, Greg Fusflan, 
Sibley Gremillion, Dr. Johnson, adviser; Dennis Levlne, president; 
Dr. Payton, adviser; Jimmy Landry. Robert Davis, Sue Pounds, 
Dale Guillot, Wayne Jennings. HANGING: A. J. Burns. Ricky 



. dry. 



SOCIETY OF 
FORESTERS 





1. Bruce Minnis 

2. Eldon Hopf 

3. Joey Dubois 

4. T. G. Womack 

5. Dickey Lemoine 

6. Tommy Bonneval 

7. Roger Normand 

8. Jogn Dunn 

9. Steve Gibson 

10. Fred Reno 

1 1 . George Hebert 

12. Jay Zuelke 

13. John Russo 

14. Dr. Burt A. Thielges 

15. Mike West 



16. Ronald Jung 

1 7. Bobby Timmer 

18. Bob Boudreux 

19. Louis Olivier 

20. Lou Poterie 

21. Ken Bailey 

22. Tom Hoffman 

23. Wayne McKenzie 

24. Dale Pancake 

25. Joe Dean 

26. Wayne Guilbeau 

27. Mike Callegari 

28. Dave Evans 

29. James Simmons 

30. Richard Leeper 



96 




I. Unidentified, 2. William McCullogh, 3. Danny Aucoin, 4.. 5. Unidentified, 6. Steve Ver ZwyveK, 
7. David Nunerey, 8. Mike Pierce, 9. Waylon Jennings, v.p., 10. Jimmy Flanagan, I I. Debbie Franks, 
MC., 12. Dennis Levine, 13. Dr. Hoover, adviser, 14. Jahnny Mayeax, 15. John Chaney, 16. Clayton 
Conway, 17. Paul Morris, 18. Unidentified, 19. Tim Price, 20. Charlie Harmon, 21. Linda Sharp, 22. 
Steve Dikes, 23. Sally Kelton, 24. Paul Halphen, 25. Glen Melton, 26. Bob Nate, 27. A. J. Burns Jr., 
pres., 28. Warren Deal, 29. Ricky Roussell. 



AGRICULTURE 

STUDENTS 

ASSOCIATION 




97 



1 ,-v. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Wayne Bougeois, Bobby Phills, Dr. Roysell Constantin, adviser, Debbie Decker, Queen, Charlie Andrews, pres., Danny Aucoin, 
John Hubbell, Tom Futch, Richard Botta, Dr. Richard Stadtherr, adviser. (TIP-TOEING THROUGH THE TULIPS): Bobby Bassi, Chin Kitling, Maraiah 
Mahmoad, Hassan Rashid, Charley Richard, Zahara Rohman. 



HORTICULTURE 

CLUB 



XI SIGMA PI 







HONORARY FORESTRY 



BOTTOM: Sitting: Gene Hyde, Robert Naney, Calvin Liu. 
SECOND ROW: Kneeling: Rorentino Tesoro. Richard Hudson, 
John McDonald, Jim Chandler, Craig Leach. THIRD ROW: 
i Standing: Jim McKnight, Anatol Kaszkurewicz, C. B. Martin, 
i A. B. Crow, Thomas Keister, Peter Fogg, Robert McDermid. 
! FOURTH ROW: Bart Thielges, Robert Hamilton, Gaston Porterie, 
I Norwin Linnarty, Paul Burns, Robert Chabreck, Jacky Seale. 




I. Paul Halphen 2. Jerry Fortenberry 3. Slen Melton, president 4. Pat Bagley 5. Mat Martin 6. Bill Powers 7. Steve Beck 8. Robert Freeman 9. 
Tom Mclntosh 10. Dr. Tom Bidner 1 1. Dr. Paul Humes 12. James Hendricks 13. Robert Farlow 14. Noni McKenley 15. John Robert Mclntosh 16. 
Debbie Tottle, vice-president 17. Bill Letlow 18. Jerry Whatley, rodeo manager 19. Danny Jackson 20. Clayton Conway, secretary 21. Larry 
Foster, treasurer 22. Donna Ristroph 23. Laura Reid 24. David Thomas 25. Al Thorn. 



BLOCK 
AND 
BRIDLE 
CLUB 



100 




INDUSTRIAL TECHNICAL 
EDUCATION CLUB 



r 





1. Steve Dykes 

2. Manuel Escasena 

3. Maurice Saale 

4. Pete Territo, pros. 

5. Gary Mire 

6. Ronald Evans 

7. Don Morrissette 

8. Joseph Dick 

9. Bill Bagley 

10. Somtop Pichakron 

11. Keith Lazarus 

12. Dan Curry 

13. Joseph Ledet 

14. Charlie Gautreau 

15. James Matherne 

16. Charlie Fos 

17. Rick Morgan, sec. 



18. James Franks 

19. Sally Kelton 

20. Phillip DePrato 

21. Danny Kennison 

22. Alan Welchley 

23. David Nunnery 

24. Jerry Politz, treas. 

25. Tony Ortego 

26. Eric Gustin 

27. Ronnie Gulino 

28. Stephen Moncrief 

29. Charles Braase 

30. Ronnie Pennington 

31. James Dupluchein 

32. Paul Aubin, vice pres. 



101 



PHI UPSILON OMICRON 



1. Peggy Long 

2. Priscilla Ourso 

3. Lynn Granberry 

4. Linda Sharpe 

5. Mary Robinson 

6. Margaret Hanaman 

7. Carolyn Hoyt 

8. Tricia Elliott 

9. Ouida Prewitt 

10. Monica Whitfield 

1 1. Sarita Hoffman 

12. Cyndi McCutcheon 

13. Doris Abrams 

14. Janet Blackwood 

15. Patti Fitzgerald 

16. Nancy Meyer 

17. Julie LeBlanc 

18. Barbara Parnell 

19. Diane Ross 

20. Jackie Didier 

21. Joyce Westergaard 

22. Shelly Pearce 

23. Julie McMorris 

24. Ann James 

25. Susan Brewer 

26. Mildred Hoskins 

27. Eugenia Sullivan 

28. Cindy Higdon 

29. Carolyn Moreland 

30. Betsy Harwood 

31. Missy Kean 

32. Jo Anne Dias 

33. Debbie Heimstead 

34. Linda Duchamp 

35. Kathy Davidson 

36. Jan Girlinghouse 

37. Brenda Altazin 

38. Debbie Love 

39. Helen Addison 

40. Marilyn Miller 

41. PatOry 

42. Pat Stokes 

43. Pat Gillen 

44. Jo Ann Pregeant 

45. Cheryl Reine 

46. Carol Loehr 

47. Linda Robinson 

48. Freda Lee 

49. Foxy Scherer 




HOME ECONOMICS 
HONORARY 



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HOME 

ECONOMICS 

ASSOCIATION 





. Marilyn Bagala 2. Debby Alleman 3. Becky Oeberst 4. Pat Purcell 5. June Valvis 6. Mary Catherine Beall 7. Alice Curroll 8. Trudy Bene 9. 
Sharon Centanni 10. Renee Lanie I I. Lynn Hunt 12. Joanie Wessels 13. Linda Williams 14. Debra Heimstead 15. Nancy Meyer 16. Judy Bauer 
17. Barbie Stepens 18. Helen Addison 19. Angela LaBorde 20. Linda Pecquet 21. Gay LaBorde 22. Patricia Ory 23. Coleen Ryan 24. Anne 
Villemarette 25. Susan Carpender 26. Joy Duvic 27. Dana Duteil 28. Mary Laiche. OFFICERS NOT PICTURED: Linda Sharpe. Patsy Putnam. 
Lucy McLaury, Deborah Franks. 



103 



Shelley Piearce, 
Queen of the College of Agriculture. 





Debbie Decker, 
Horticulture Queen. 




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Debbie Wimbish, 
Rodeo Queen. 



104 




ALPHA ZETA 




JOHN M.PARKER 

AGRICULTURAL CENTER 





1. Dr. S. Hembry 

2. Keith Hampden 

3. Dr. D. Robert 

4. Paul Morris 

5. Furcy Zeringue 

6. A. J. Burns 

7. David Evans 

8. Victor Hemard 

9. Jimmy Landry 

10. Keith Norman 

11. John Wesley 

12. Maurice Wolcott 

13. Roger Carter 



14. Alan Watts 

15. John Roussel 

16. Richart Mutton 

17. Straton Kearns 

18. Allen Roussel 

19. Dan Landry 

20. Dale Guillot 

21. Don Myer 

22. Tim Price 

23. Glen Melton 

24. Wayne Jennings 

25. Clayton Conway 

26. Dr. R. Wilson 



27. Pat Bagley 

28. Bruce Seller 

29. Matt Martin 

30. Debbie Kelly 

31. Steve Kelly 

32. Suzanne Short 

33. Carlton McDevitt 

34. Ricky Guidry 

35. Mark Hromadka 

36. Clay Humphreys 

37. Ken White 

38. George Toups 

39. Bob Nafe 



AG HONORARY 



105 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 

260 






106 





WuZoo 




History Fantasy 

Take out pen and notebook. 
Sit Attentively. 

(Cram what professor is saying 
into smaller sentences.) 

I wasn't boerd, 

but I wasn't really interested 

in what he was saying either. 

He was flailing his arms in the air 

And talking about people dead and gone. 

He stepped from behind the podium 

to emphasize a certain point. 

My eyes were focused on his face, 

but I let them go down 

traveling the length of his body. 

A nice thought came into my head. 

I looked up 

and then down again, 

undressing him as I went 

slowly, like honey dripping from a jar. 

But then I realized 

the scratch of pens was all around me. 

I jumped out of his bed 

and into my seat 

in mammoth Lockett 2, 

and the rest is history. 

ME 

6 March 1972 




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Addlson, Holland 
Ainsworth, Dion 
Alcchin, Debra 
Alessi, Saundra 
Anders, David 
Anderson, Janet 

Angelloz, Christine 
Annls, Victoria 
Arceneaux, Kern 
Arnold, Wesley 
Austin, Judy 
Backes, Angela 

Baclcstrom, Charles 
Badeaux, Sandie 
Baer, Victoria 
Baham, Carolyn 
Baker, Bruce 
Baker, Roland 

Barbara, Randolph 
Barker, Mary 
Barras, Eddie 
Barry, Patrick 
Bartelme, Ed 
Bau, Sylvia 

Beck, Laura 
Becker, Sylvia 
Benit, Diane 
Benson, Janet 
Bertholo, Charles 
Bizette, Thomas 

Blackman, Barbara 
Blackman, Leanna 
Blaise, Edward 
Bonner, Patty 
Bookter, Claude 
Borne, Alan 



Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 
Senior 
Junior 
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Senior 

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Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Junior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 



Greensburg 
Baton Rouge 
Shreveport 
Covington 
Winnsboro 
Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Gonzales 

Belle Rose 

Mangham 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Wilmington, Del. 

New Orleans 

Ruston 

Alexandria 

Roselle Park, N.J. 

Lockport 

Arab! 

Lafayette 

Harahan 

Boyce 

Houston, Tex. 
New Orleans 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 
Metairie 
Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Kenner 

New Iberia 

New Orleans 

Bossier City 

Shreveport 





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Boudreaux, Glenda 
Boudreaux, Philip 
Bourg, Bryan 
Brian, Robert 
Broderick, Scoff 
Brouillette, Louisa 

Broussard, Donald 
Broutsard, Susan 
Brown, David 
Brown, Kathleen 
Bruce, Melody 
Brupbacker, Emit 

Bryan, Johanne 
Buras, Kathleen 
Burke, Thomas 
Caldwell, Mary 
Calix, Edward 
Cancienne, William 

Cannon, Mary 
Capone, Keith 
Capone, Kenneth 
Car bo, Duane 

Cardinals, Frank 
Carr, Katherine 

Carruth, Linda 
Carter, Herb 
Cauley, Linda 
Chappuis, Anne 
Chatelain. Kurt 
Cheramie, Greta 

Clark, Mary 
Coats, Shelley 
Cole, Karen 
Coleman, Betty 
Coleman, Darnel 
Cornea u, Tommy 



Sophomore 
Junior 
Senior 
Junior 



Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 



Lake Charles 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 
Marksville 

Lake Charles 
New Orleans 

Metairie 
New Orleans 

Jackson 
Baton Rouge 

Metairie 

Belle Chasse 

Beaumont, Tex. 

Baton Rouge 

Decatur, Ala. 

Baton Rouge 



Senior Homosassa Springs, Ra. 

Sophomore Pointe a la Hache 

Sophomore Pointe a la-Hache 

Senior Metairie 

Junior Patterson 

Senior Bellaire, Tex. 



Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

jflfllOT 

Junior 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 



Metairie 

Lexington, Ky. 

New Orleans 

Rayne 

Laurel. Ms. 

Luling 

Baton Rouge 

Mer Rouge 

Great Falls. Va. 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Lafayette 





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Cooper, William Joseph Senior 

Corbell, Kevin Clifford Sophomore 

Cordon, Ulrich Jose Junior 

Cormier, Connie Anne Sophomore 

Couvillon, Layne Junior 

Cowden, Nancy Kathleen Junior 

Chappuis, Charles W. Junior 

Christophe, JoyAnn Junior 

Collins, Ricky Lyn Senior 

Colvin, Randall K. Junior 

Combes, Janet M. Senior 

Oamhorst, Betsy Senior 

Davis, Cat A. Junior 

Davis, Cynthia Joan Senior 

Davis, Deborah Ann Sophomore 

Davis, Pamela Anne Senior 

Dawson, Cynthia Maria Senior 

Deal, Mike Sophomore 

DeHart, Carl A. Junior 

Deise, L. Patrick Senior 

DeLaune, Dale Andrew Junior 

Demers, John Richard Junior 

Dillon, Joanne Elaine Sophomore 

Dirmann, Jane Lynn Junior 

Douglas, Joseph P. Ill Senior 

Douglass, James C. Junior 

Dowling, Philip S. Senior 

Drouey, Claude Carroll Sophomore 

DuBois, Debbie Senior 

Dune, Debra Ann Sophomore 

Dunne, Michael Patrick Junior 

Dunsmore, Kathy Lynn Senior 

Eisenhower, Allison R. Junior 

Ellender, Robert Anthony Junior 

Engler, Donald B. Senior 

Epperson, Eileen Louise Senior 

Evans, Dave Senior 

Fall, Cathy Sophomore 

Feucht, Charles S. Senior 

Fisher, Alan Dale Sophomore 

Fleischhauer, Rai Lynn Junior 

Fontenot, Christopher Senior 

Fontenot, Gary K. Senior 

Ford, Janice Faye Sophomore 

Foreman, Michael Dale Sophomore 

Fornias, Vincent P. Sophomore 

Fowler, Linda C. Senior 

Furr, Howard Leslie Junior 

Fusslier, Burley P. Junior 

Galle, Carey Louis Jr. Senior 

Gane, Bradley W. Senior 

Garrett, David Wayne Junior 

Gates, Charles Edward Senior 

Gautier, Joyce Renee Sophomore 

Gayles, Joyce Marie Junior 

Gllmore, Jeffrey Thomas Senior 

Gonsoulin, Whitney Joseph Sophomore 

Gonzalez, N. Patricia Senior 

Goodman, Russell W. Senior 

Greco, Carmela Anne Senior 

Green, Patricia Del Senior 

Greer, Birdia Marie Junior 

Guichard, Andre P. Junior 

Hall, Mamye L. Sophomore 

Halterman, Mary Ellen Sophomore 

Hamilton, Todd C. Senior 

Hardy, Timothy Wayne Junior 

Harper, Janice L. Junior 

Hargrove, Paul Rains Senior 

Hartsell, Lynaire Kay Junior 

Marvin, Richard Ray Senior 

Hatley, Val Sophomore 



New Orleans 

Chickasha, Okla. 

Rivas, Nicaragua 

Mowata 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Rayne 

New Orleans 

Shreveport 

Shreveport 

New Orleans 

East Point, Ga. 

Monroe 

Meridian, Miss. 

New Orleans 

Plain Dealing 

Shreveport 

Bogalusa 

Baton Rouge 
Elton 

Baton Rouge 

Covington 

Baton Rouge 

Abita Springs 

New Iberia 

Lake Forest, III. 

Covington 

Winnsboro 

Houston, Tex. 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Crystal Springs 

Houma 

New Orleans 

New York, NY 

Vance, S.C. 

Baton Rouge 

Eunice 

Pineville 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Ville Platte 



Baton Rouge 

Amarillo, Tex. 

Abbeville 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

W. Monroe 



Lake Charles 

New Orleans 

Newtown Square, Pa. 

Lafayette 

Shreveport 

Pascagoula, Miss. 

Baton Rouge 

Metairie 

New Iberia 

Baton Rouge 
Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Metairie 

Shreveport 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Springhill 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 
Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Magnolia 

Baton Rouge 

New Iberia 




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Hawkins. Alberta 
Haydel, Marvin 
Hays, Geoffrey 
Hazen, Ron 
Hebner, Gayle 
Hesser, Gary 

Hilty, Mary 
Holcomb, Charlotte 
Howell, Henry 
Hunter, Dawn 
Huppert, Ronny 
Hurder, Stanley 

Hutchinson, Nancy 
Jackson, Kathy 
Jefferson, Patricia 
Johannessen, Sharman 
Johnson, Nancy 
Jones, Alvin 

Jones, Mable 
Joyner, Ginellen 
Judice, Kevin 
Kacho, Jay 
Kelley, William 
Keng, Frederick 

Kennedy, Lynise 
Kennedy, Thomas 
Kleinpeter, Barbara 
Kleinpeter, Melanie 
Knowles, Daniel 
Kopfler, Joseph 

Kramer, Margret 
Kruse, Theodore 
Lafield, Ray 
Lalande, Steven 
Landreaux, Frank 
Landreneau, Ferrall 



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Sophomore 

Junior 

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Junior 
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Junior 
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Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Junior 

Senior 



Shreveport 

Metairie 

Alexandria 

Shreveport 

Little Rock. Ark. 

Pelican 

Metairie 

Gilbert 

Jackson 

Metairie 

Sherman Oaks, Ca. 
Champaign, III. 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Napoleonville 

Metairie 

Lake Charles 

Natchitoches 



New Orleans 

Shreveport 

Franklin 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 



Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Baker 

Baton Rouge 

West Monroe 

Ville Platte 



III 



Landry, Barry 
Landry, Thomas 
Langlois, Dellie 
Lanius, Necia 
Lantier, Karen 
LaPlante, John 

Larsen, Larry 
Lashover, A. Lee 
Laurant, Faye 
LeBlanc, Peggy 
LeDay, Clayton 
Lee, Robert 

Leingang, Douglas 
LeJeune, Stephen 
Lentini, Arthur 
Lester, Elizabeth 
Lester, LeuAnne 
Lightell, Patricia 

Lively, Robert 
Longman, Mary Ann 
Looney, Emily 
Maai, Wendie 
Mackie, Franklin 
Marchand, James 

Marshall, Marcus 
Marvin, Ricky 
Mathews, Michael 
Matulik, Marilyn 
McCants, Janice 
McClendon, Elizabeth 

McDaniel, Colleen 
McGittigan, Muriel 
McKenzie, Thomas 
McLin, Gaylan 
Mitchell, John 
Medus, David 

Minvielle, Susan 
Moise. Kathie 
Monday, Teri 
Montalbano, Gloria 
Moore, Paula 
Moore, Randy 

Morrison, John 
Mosley, Muriel 
Mouledoux, Suzanne 
Mullins, Patricia 
Newman, Minton 
Nuschler, Gary 

Olinde, Andy 
Oliphant, Nancy 
Olivier, Estella 
Ortego, M. Craig 
Osterberger, James 
Paddison, Patricia 

Paul, Suzanne 
Pearce, Emily 
Pearce, Ralph 
Pellegrini, Patricia 
Perez, Rebeca 
Perrodin. Charles 

Peterson, Michael 
Phelps, Marion 
Philley, John 
Pickens, Lynda 
Pineda, Joseph 
Porter, Timothy 

Potter, Russell 
Pruitt, Stephen 
Pucheu, John 
Pulliam, Linda 
Quesenberry, Joan 
Raymond, Janet 



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Junior 

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Senior 

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Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Junior 

Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 

Junior 
Senior 
Senior 
Junior 
Senior 
Senior 

Senior 
Junior 
Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Senior 



Norco 

New Orleans 
Arab! 

Waterproof 

Lafayette 

Mandeville 

Shreveport 

New Orleans 

Slidell 

New Orleans 

Opelousas 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Gueydan 

Harahan 

Coushatta 

Coushatta 

Chalmette 

Baton Rouge 

Jennings 

Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Donaldsonville 

Bossier City 

New Orleans 

Alexandria 

Wheat Ridge, Colo. 

New Orleans 

Amite 

Lafayette 

Metairie 

Homer 

Livingston 

Baton Rouge 

Jennings 

New Iberia 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Covington 

Baton Rouge 

Galliano 

Metairie 

Covington 

New Orleans 

Natchez, Miss. 

Montgomery, Ala. 

Chalmette 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Basile 

St. Francisville 
New Orleans 

Alexandria 

Baton Rouge 

Cheneyville 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Ville Platte 

Sunset 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Shreveport 

Shreveport 

New Orleans 

Magee, Miss. 

Eunice 

Metairie 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 




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Reach, Van 
Rein, Russell 
Rich, Tracy 
Rizzo, Joseph 
Robins, Linda 
Robinson, Mark 

Roessle, Christy 
Rogers, Lisa 
Romine, Lee 
Ruger, Vernon 
Russell, Ronald 
Sanders, Linda 

Salter, Cecily 
Sappenfield, Bob 
Scee+s, George 
Schmitz, Paul 
Schoenberger, Sue 
Scott, Water 

Seller, Jeffrey 
Selman, Lynda 
Seymour, Andrea 
Sharpe, Barbara 
Shelton, Loretta 
Shelton, Jorraine 

Sheridan, Mac 
Simm, Adrain 
Simon, Karlow 
Slocurrr, Jere 
Smith, Catherine 
Smith, Dennis 

Smith, Juli 
Smith, Robert 
Soniat, David 
Spears, Craig 
Speight, Cassandra 
Stevens, Cindy 

Reece, Ellen 
Straney, Christina 
Stubblefield, Ruth 
Stutes, Karen 
Swindler, Luke 
Tamplain, Donald 



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Junior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Junior 

Senior 

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Senior 

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Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Junior 

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Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Junior 

Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Junior 



Mansfield 

Baton Rouge 

Monroe 

New Orleans 

Clinton 

Shreveport 

Charleston, S.C. 

Houston, Tex. 

Houma 

Eunice 

New Orleans 
Morrow 

Shreveport 

Metairie 

Newllano 

Chicago, III. 

Nortfiport. N.Y. 

New Iberia 

Covington 
Denham Springs 

Plaquemine 

Metairie 

Newburgh. N.Y. 

Newburgh. N.Y. 

Lake Charles 

Bogalusa 

La plan 

Libya 

Monroe 

Franklin 

Winnfield 
Barksdale AFB 
New Orleans 
New Orleans 
New Orleans 
New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Maryland 

Baton Rouge 

Lake Charles 

New Roads 

Hahnville 



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Taylor, Alma 
Theriot, Edward 
Thomas, Bonnie 
Thomas, Linda 
Thompson, Joanne 
Thompson, Robert 

Todd, John 
Trahan, Rose 
Trandacosta, James 
Tremie, Patrick 
Triche, Christine 
Turner, Emil 

Ulmer, Clyde 
Vanderliclc, Brenda 
Van Thyn, Elsa 
Vidaurreta, Jose 
Vidrine, James 
Wade, James 

Wale. Cynthia 
Walker, Mary 
Walker, Joe 
Waleers, Duncan 
Webb, Dennis 
Westphal, Frederick 

Whalen, Michael 
Wickboldt, Lloyd 
Williams, Daniel 
Williams, Demetris 
Williamson, Michael 
Wilson, Karen 



Winfiele. James 
Wood, Gail 
Woodiel, Chris 
Woodiel, Deborah 
Woodward, Robert 
Yarbrough, George 



Yates, Anita 
Zeve, Henry 



Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Junior 

Junior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 
Junior 
Junior 
Senior 
Senior 
Junior 



Junior 
Sophomore 



Shreveport 

Houma 

Clinton 

Baker 

Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Atabi 

Ville Platte 

Napoleonville 

Mer Rouge 

Zachary 

Boyce 

Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 

Ville Platte 

Harahan 

Denham Springs 
Shreveport 
Shreveport 

Denham Springs 

Shreveport 

St. Francisville 

Metairie 

Metairie 

Deer Park, Tex. 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 

Houma 

Amite 

Luling 

Luling 

Dallas, Tex. 

Baton Rouge 



Shreveport 
Dallas, Tex. 



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114 



MORTAR BOARD 




WuZoo 



STANDING (Left to right): Cathy LaFleur, Jane S. Brooks, Donna Biggers, Linda Cauley, Bonnie Thames, Colleen McDaniel, Shirley Lang-ford, Ruth Stubblefield, 
Karen Stelly, Julie P. Nachman, Denise Chetta, Marcia Abrahms, Ren McLellan, Claudette LeBlanc, Betsy McCord. SEATED: Betty Owens, Jinx Jumonville, 
Barbara Kleinpeter, Barbara Hardaway, Linda Sanders, Margaret J. Bruce. 







SIGMA 

DELTA 

CHI 




I. James Featherston, adviser 2. Sandy McCrae 4. Kathy Love 5. Suzy Hiegel 
6. Peggi Dick 7. Jane Seghers 8. Renee Smith 9. Francis Seghers 10. John 
Spain, president II. Paul Lawrence 12. Linda Loyston 13. Kerry Pouciau 14. 
Jim Par-tin IS. Denise Chetta 16. Peggy Hasling 17. Betsy Damhorst 18. Jim 
Whittum 19. Barbara Kleinpeter 20. Russell Goodman 21. Tricia Brazeal 22. 
Steve Smith 23. Cathey Cooper 24. Don Akchin 25. R. M. Boudreaux 26. Chris 
McDaniel 27. Emily Pearce 28. John Porter-field. 



JOURNALISM 
PROFESSIONAL 



115 



PHI KAPPA PHI 




116 




HONORARY 
SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITY 




Gregory Adams 
Albert Agard 
Virginia Allen 
Walter Anderson 
Judith Bailey 
Roger Blanchard 
Sallie Blodgett 
Debra Bossier 
J. P. Boudreaux 
Richard Brock 
Mary Brousseau 
Margaret Bruce 
Gregory Bursavich 
Aimee Byrnes 
Jeannine Campbell 
Ervin Carey 
Beverlye Coleman 
Diane Collier 
Frances Compton 
David Corkern 
Jorge Da Silva 
Tana Daughtrey 
Mark Dawson 
Diana Day 
Albert DeBlanc 
Patricia DeVane 
Kathy Dunsmore 
Mary Dupuis 
Julia Ellis 
Eileen Epperson 
Lee Ettinger 
Judi Fletcher 
Constance Gauthier 
Timothy Gayle 
Diane Golden 
Nila Gremillion 
Michael Guillot 
Azimi Haji Hamzah 
Lisa Hargis 
Lemuel Hawsey 
James Hightower 
Jeffrey Hollier 
Harry Hufft 
Jan Hultberg 
Robert Kellogg 
Lynise Kennedy 
Kenneth Kiu 
Dean Kopfler 
Susan LaCroix 
Catherine LaFleur 
Edmond Langhetee 
Cynthia LeBlanc 
Leo LeBourgeois 
Anita Lee 
James Lenoir 



Elizabeth tensing 
Diane b'rette 
Janice McCants 
Sarah McClung 
Margaret McConnell 
Michael McKay 
Julie McMorris 
Malcolm McNabb 
Patricia Masters 
Mary Mayor 
Michael Mestayer 
Teri Monday 
Robert Moore 
Jim Morel 
Keith Morgan 
Mazie Movassaghi 
Rebecca Nelson 
Jerome Nibert 
Sara Morris 
James Nugent 
John Odom 
Terry Orlando 
Patricia Pellegrini 
Jeanne Philips 
Kathy Politz 
Gaston Porterie 
Mary Rea 
Tracy Rich 
Norakate Richards 
John Richardson 
Susan Robinson 
Linda Samson 
William Scheffy 
Elizabeth Schwarz 
Kathleen Seyburn 
Kiran Shah 
Brian Shuman 
Cherie Sibley 
Patricia Simmons 
Edith Stevens 
Wilmer Sweetser 
Luke Swindler 
Paul Szpul 
Bonnie Thames 
Edwin Toth 
Patricia Townsend 
Suzanne Trappey 
Elsa Van Thyn 
Charles Walden 
Guy Weathersby 
Janet Wells 
Alfred Wettermark 
Gladys Young 
Frances Zink 



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MU SIGMA RHO 

SCHOLASTIC 
HONORARY 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda McCoy, Constance Gauthier, L. Clifton Dicken- 
son III, Mary Frances Riggin, Carl Gnetry, Claude W. Bookter, Jr., 
Pamela Moss, Tana Daughtrey, Steve Pugh, Sharon Fauner. SITTING: 
Mary Elizabeth Dupuis, Richard Mary. 



118 



ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 

FRESHMAN WOMEN SCHOLASTIC 
HONORARY 



*- 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Janan Van Osdell, historian 

Dr. Mary Metz, sponsor; Jugie Hawkins, secretary; Cathey Acuff, vice- 
president; Mary Voelltel, president. HITTING THE BOOKS: Mimi Bruce, 
treasurer. 



119 



COLLEGE OF 



The College Of B.A. . . . Himes Hall the temple, Dollar the 
god, and Horatio Alger the patron saint. Entombed in the tem- 
ple, for at least four years are thousands of young devotees. 
Business-week is their bible and the Wall Street Journal is their 
daily missal. 

As in any other form of homage, the worship of Dollar is 
filled with mysticism. Only the elders know the truths, yet they 
speak in riddles, spurting forth such nebulous terms as, "the 
marketing mix," "sunk costs," and "Backward bending supply 
curves." Such confusion breeds agnosticism and many leave the 
path to ultimate reward. Yet, those who remain are steadfast 
and check their D-J averages daily in tribute to Galbraith, 
Samuelson, Friedman and all the other modern day prophets of 
Phase Three. 





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Acosta, Julio 
Aguillard, Gerard Dale 
Alexander, Rhonda 
Allen, Oscar 
Ambrosini, Carlo 
Angousett, Patricia Ann 

Antie, Charles L. 
Archer, John E. 
Ashford, Richey Dana 
Bagwell, Arthur N. 
Bailey, Jack Moore 
Banlcston, Roy V. 

Barnidge, John 
Bat+he, Timothy L. 
Bellard, Joseph 
Beraw, Joseph 
Bonaventure, Vicki 
Bonnette, Michael 

Bossier, John 
Boudoin, Anderson 
Boudreaux, Darrell 
Boudreaus, Ridley 
Bowman, Garry 
Boyer, William 

Bradley, John 
Breaux, Cathy 
Brown, Ellice 
Burbank, William 
Burns, Terry 
Bursavich, Gregory 

Busceme, Darlene 
Buster, Cynthia 
Cain, Sister Kathleen 
Caldwell, William 
Calvert, Mont 
Cannizaro, Steven 



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Junior 

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Senior 

Senior 
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Junior 



Senior 
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Senior 

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Senior 

Senior 

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Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 



Costa Rica 

Jarreau 

Gra mercy 

Homer 

Italy 

Marrero 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Denham Springs 

White Castle 

Shreveport 

New Orleans 

Alexandria 

Baton Rouge 

Eunice 

Brusly 

Baton Rouge 
Cloutierville 

Baton Rouge 
Arab! 

Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 
Danuille, Vir. 
Lake Charles 

Monroe 

Plaquemine 

Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 

Bernice 

Baton Rouge 

Slaughter 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Vicksburg, Miss. 

Metairie 

New Orleans 



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Caruso, Kenny 
Chan, Julio 
Chaney, Patricia 
Clark, William 
Colbert, Fred 
Cole, Gary 

Comeaux, Stephen 
Constantly Judy 
Coursey, Donald 
Courtney, James 
Crane, Jeff 
Crowley. John 

Currie, Frank 
D'Albor, John 
Oansby, Crisfine 
d'Aquin, Joel 
Davidson, John 
Davis, James 

D'Benedetto, Donna 
DeRouen, Lynn 
Dennis, Vernon 
DIMartlno, Biaggio 
Doiron, Larry 
Dore, Lloyd 

Dubbin, Kenneth 
Dugan, Mary Sue 
DuPre, Frederick 
Edwards, Vicki 
Empson, Richard 
Fahey, Janet 

Falgoust, Michael 
Ferguson, Elizabeth 
Rtch, Lois 
Rores, Tom 
Fontane, John 
Fortier, Byron 



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Sophomore 



Baton Rouge 

Panama 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Brookhaven, Miss. 

Addis 

Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Shreveport 
New Orleans 

Shreveport 

Plaquemine 

Baker 

Baton Rouge 

Matairie 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

New Iberia 

Baker 

New Orleans 

LeCompte 
Abbeville 

Coral Gables. Ra. 

Washington, D. C. 

New Orleans 

Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 

Covington 

St. James 

Baton Rouge 

Little Rock, Ark. 

Vivian 

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Foy, William 
Frederic, Douglas 
Gabel, John 
Gautreau, Doug 
Geyer, Jill 
Gitz, Gregory 

Golay, Debra 
Gonzales, Richard 
Graff, Donald 
Greaud, Jean 
Green, Gordon 
Griffon, Lester 

Guillion, Robert 
Gulot+a, Floretta 
Gurieusky, Evelynn 
Habetz, Allan 
Hall, Ronald 
Hardy, Joseph 

Hare, Marilyn 
Harris, Carolyn 
Harris, John 
Harris, Mark 
Harris, William 
Hauck, John 

Heintz, Henry 
Hemelt, Dennis 
Henderson, David 
Herring, Randy 
Hicks, Thomas 
Holloway, David 

Houston, Ernest 
Hudson, Ralph 
Hunter, Brian 
Jackson, Jacquelyn 
Jacobs, George 
Jacoby, Maurice 

Janssen, Cynthia 
Jaramille, Mario 
Jarreau, Randall 
Johnson, John 
Johnson, Marybeth 
Johnson, Nancy 

Joza, Coralia 
Kennon, Rodney 
Kidd, Edwin 
King, Freddie 
Kirby, Robert 
Klug, Darcy 

Knight, Lyna 
Koelemay, Alan 
Konig, Marcos 
Kopp, Laura 
Lacour, Francis 
Laguens, Deborah 

Lajaunie, Willard 
Lamonte, Kathy 
La neon, Mark 
Landry, Larry 
Landry, Sharon 
Lang ley, Stanley 

Lanoux, Peggy 
LaRocca, Nicholas 
LeBlanc, Patricia 
LeJeune, Sharleen 
Lemonier, Donald 
Lena, Vincent 

Lightell, Ray 
Livingston, Jackalyn 
Locandro, Dominic 
Long, Marilyn 
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Gretna 

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Violet 

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Norco 

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Plaquemine 

New Orleans 

Crowley 

Bossier City 

Arab! 

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Arab! 

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Baton Rouge 

Baker 

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Gonzales 

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El Salvador 

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Panama 

Erwinville 

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St. Petersburg, Fla. 

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Venezuela 

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Manchester, Donna 
Martin, Chester 
Martin, Matthew 
May, Uoyd 
McAlnter. Rickey 

McGee. Russell 
McKee, Scott 
Mclaughlin. Karen 
McNutt. Catherine 
Medlin, David 
Meyers, James 

Meyia, Emiliano 
Miles, Bobbie 
Mitchell, Jesse 
Mohr, Philip 
Moore, Danny 
Morbley. Deirdre 

Morrow, Perry 
Morton. Michael 
Mosher, William 
Murphy. Daniel F. 
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Myers, Jerry 

Neyens, Jack 
Nielsen, Peter 
Morris, Sara 
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Keokuk, Iowa 

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Periou, Leon 
Petersen, Glen 
Piazza, Preston 
Poado, Guido 
Postle, Carla 
Raley, Carol 

Range, Rick! 
Raymond, Stephen 
Reese, Judy 
Rehm, Richard 
Reichert, Max 
Reiter, Eric 

Reynolds, Roberta 
Rickard, Grant 
Rimmer, Dannie 
Rivadeneyra, Francisco 
Roach, Anne 
Robbins, Chris 



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Robichaux, Kenneth 
Rodriguez, Jorge 
Rosenzweig, Michael 
Rougeou, Francis 



Roy, Eugene 
Rusher, Karen 
St. Pierre, Emile 
Sanders, Allen 
Sardisco, Rosalyn 
Savoy, Michael 

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Schott, Martin 
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Schulingkamp, Ronald 
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Serwan, Edward 
Seward, Beverly 
Sheppard, Bobbie Ruth 
Shirley, David 
Simmons, Tahnya 
Smith, Irene 

Smith, Wiley 
Spiller. Rick 
Stafford, John 
Standard, Robert 
Stilleg, Jo Anne 
Stockwell, Leon 

Stokes, Beuford 
Stone, Clarence 
Tate, Perry 
Taylor, Donald 
Taylor, Susan 
TenHundfeld, Jerry 

Terry, Peggy 
Thomas, Karen 
Thomas, Mark 
Tidwell, Bill 
Tighe, Blair 
T corner, Edward 

Trepagnier, David 
Truxillo, Thomas 
Tudzin, Glenn 
Viso, Joe 
Wales, Dennis 
Wallace, Joe 

Watson, William 
Watts. Clyndell 
Webb, Deborah 
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Wells, Randall 
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Shreveport 

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1. Mike Haffner 

2. John Fontane 

3. Darrell Boudreaux 

4. Jerry Raney 

5. Gary Schmieder 

6. John Blankenship 

7. Robert Knesel 

8. Terry Pearson 

9. Barf Rekucki 

10. Mark Berman 

11. Biaggio Dimartino 

12. Jim Parr 

13. Randy Raudabaugh 

14. Mario Jaramillo 

15. George Hesser 

16. Lawrence Langston 

17. Raymond Magnolia 

18. Jeffrey Sandrik 

19. Frank Schambach 

20. Robert Toye 



21. John Hoerman 

22. Louis Eichhorn 

23. Hai Ware 

24. Bill Cantwell 

25. Roy Bankston 

26. Thomas Pickral 
MINDING THE STORE: 
Dana Ashford 

Chris J. Bonnette 
Steve Bonnette 
Chris Button 
John Gray 
Buddy Hammann 
George Jacobs 
Bruce Kirkpatrick 
John Moore 
Jerry Myers 
Patrick Tracy 



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2. Will Antony 

3. Peggy Scott 

4. Greg Bursavich 

5. Ed Toerner 

6. Viclci Edwards 

7. Cecily Baxter 

8. J. E. Champagne 

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10. Lester Griffon 

11. Ray Lighted 

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Mark Guidry, R. Marie Foster, Jose A. Viso, William P. Harris. UP THE STEPS: Francis Lacour, D. Victor Regner, John Calfee, Gary Taylor, J. Scott 
Mumphrey, Charles Harvell, Reed S. Sheppard. IN THE OFFICE: Steve Willis, John Ortego, David Bourg, Patrick Normand, Kent Wasmuth, Mike 
Oubre, John McDaniel, Randy Courtney, Mike Fusilier, Wayne Fousse, Bill Henderson, Leon Hirsch, George Sigler, John Watts. 



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3. Carolyne Coco 

4. Irene Smith 

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7. Lyna Knight 

8. Joel D'Aquin, 
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10. Pat Chaney 

I I. Claudin Hanbury 

12. Rosie Ledell 

13. Barbara Borde 

14. Denise Nagel 

15. Debbie Kochman 

16. Vickie Edwards 

17. Susan Dugan, 
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Allan, Inez 
Altaian. Deborah 
Armstrong, Ruthie 
Bergeron, Lynnette 
Bertucc!, Donna 
Bjorklund, Bianca 

Borkowski, Patricia 
Botsay. Myra 
Bourgeois, Judy 
Broussard, Janell 
Brousseau, Peggy 
Budd, Donald 

Centanni, Sylvia 
Cerniglia, Mimi 
Chesebro, Marcia 
Coleman, Jeri 
Crawford, Elva Jo 
Creel. Harold 

Cuan, Carmen 
Cuan, Jose 
DeAgano, Isabel 
Delony, Dennis 
Esteves, Cheryl 
Eubanks, Sheryl 

Fontenot. Daniel 
Gautney, Jo 
Guidry, Beverly 
Hinson, Marlene 
Hsieh. Jih-Han 
Hyde. M. Jenifer 

Ives, Russell 
Jackson, Joan 
Joffrion, Rhonda 
Johnson, Gayle 
Johnston, Robert 
Keeth, Janene 



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Port Allen 

Slidell 

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New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Gonzales 

New Iberia 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Huntsville, Ala. 

Keithville 

Baton Rouge 

Lake Charles 

Peru 

Peru 

New Orleans 

Zachary 

Chalmette 

Baton Rouge 

Lake Charles 
Ba strop 
Lutcher 

Moss Point, Miss. 

Baton Rouge 

Amite 

Morgan City 

Houma 

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Kilroy, Susan 
Lee, Roy 
Maechling, Diane 
Manning, Bonnie 
Manthe, Deborah 
McDonald, Diane 

McDonald, Elizabeth 
McNabb, Malcolm 
McNaughton, Denise 
Miley, Deborah 
Morgan, Moses 
Morrissette, Julie 

Nuschler, Janet 
Peak, Alice 
Pourciau, Cathi 
Raffizadeh, Schumann 
Rau, Barbara 
Richardson, Deborah 

Richerson, Russell 
Roth, Earl 
Roubique, Kerrie 
Roussel, Lisa 
Rufin, Lettie 
Salter, Linda 

Sanders, Sharon 
Seamans, Sandra 
Simpson, Bobby 
Simpson, Linda 
Singleton, Sandra 
Sloss, Michael 

Spears, Janice 
St. Dizier, Suzanne 
Stockwell, Maureen 
Stow, Jeanie 
Suarez, Elena 
Sullivan, Janice 

Summers, Evelyn 
Taylor, Jerry 
Thompson, Elaine 
Voll, Ronald 
Watts, Dorlis 



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Hutchinson 
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Sulphur 

Baker 

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Harvey 

Shreveport 

Bogalusa 

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Baton Rouge 

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Cullen 

Natchez, Miss. 

Houston, Tex. 

Baker 

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Baton Rouge 

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Lafayette 

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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 



Eager, idealistic, enthusiastic ... an entering freshman . . . col- 
lege. A place to broaden my horizons, expand my mind, be stim- 
ulated by fresh ideas. 

The first year dulled the edge of joy ... a repeat of much 
learned in high school but the thought of entering my college 
kept me going . . . my college, the college of education. 

To learn of life and people, of ways to cope with disbelief and 
apathy, ways to guide young minds into questioning, surveying, 
grasping the world around them . . . where else but the college 
of education? . . . the eager innocence of a freshman mind. 
Slightly dulled at the end of the first year, it was deeply tar- 
nished by the end of the second. Where was the hope that could 
keep me going? 

The courses were worse, not better ... it was difficult to hear 
the ridicule of other students and know much of it was deserved 
. . . the courses I wanted to learn so much from had the reputa- 
tion of cryp electives. The best people in the college wouldn't 
admit to their major. 

I took the summer to breathe a different air ... cool, clean, 
it swept the staleness from my mind, eased some of the doubt. 
Revived to some extent, my enthusiasm spilled into class. Chal- 
lenging apathy and reactionary beliefs head-on . . . my convic- 
tion firm. 

How naive it all seems to believe any one student could 
challenge the status quo and survive. That much I did learn from 
the College of Education. "Morally unfit to teach" . . . "change 
your standards or you won't graduate" . . . the tools of teach- 
ing a student to conform? 

To stay and make them accept me, to leave and begin to 
grow ... a difficult choice ... it should never have had to be 
made. Justice cried out against it. But a sense of hopelessness 
drained all color from the situation, tones issues down to monot- 
onous grey, stripped me of my weapons and my goal. 

The choice to leave removed bars from my life, enlarged my 
horizons . . . and leave a small, deep scar and a lingering ques- 
tion. Others like me have been sacrificed to order and tradition 
in the college of education and more will follow. Some choose to 
stay, some leave . . . but none are ever the same. How moral is 
that? 








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Abate, Alice 
Achord, Betty 
Addlson, Gwendolyn 
Alise, Mona 
Alonzo, Jay 
Anselmo, Madeline 

Arceneaux, Pris 
Ardoin, Kelton 
Arnold. Kathy 
Arnold, Patricia 
Augustin, Shannon 
Babin, Nancy 

Baker, Bonnie 
Baker, Nancy 
Balsamo, Janis 
Barfield, Sherry 
Barrios, Roy 
Bates, Barbara 

Battley, Toussaint 
Baudry, Julie 
Baudry, Karen 
Beauchamp, Douglas 
Beche, Ann 
Bell, Sheirly 

Benglis, Becky 
Bennett, Bruce 
Bergeron, Debbie 
Berlin, Wayne 
Bernard, Margaret 
Berry, Jane Ava 

Berry, Sam 
Berthelot, Vickie 
Bevinetto, Darlene 
Biggs, Narmour 
Bigham, Carla 
Black, Rebecca 



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New Orleans 
Eunice 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Chalmette 

Huntsville, Ala. 

Baton Rouge 

Mandeville 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

CutOff 

Baton Rouge 

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Metairie 

Arab! 

Clinton 

Gretna 

Duplessis 

Lake Charles 

W. Des Moines, lo. 

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Mansura 

Baker 

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Btanchard, Patricia 
Blodgett, Salie 
Bondurant, Cathy 
Bonneval, Susan 
Bonura. Carl 
Boose, Jeanne 

Bordeton, Handle 

Bordelon! Linda 
Bourgeois, Belinda 
Bourgeois, Debra 
Bouy, Susan 

Bramlette, Kyle 
Braud. Rachel 
Braudaway, Marietta 
Bridges. Dale 
Brooks, Carolyn 
Brooks, Roy 

Broussard. Kathleen 
Brown, Patricia 
Brown, Vivian 
Browning, Shirley 
Burford, Pamela 
Buras. Catherine 



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Bums, Monica 
Burtt, Martha 
Calouet, James 
Calcota, Arlene 
Campbell, Dawn 

Canion, Judith 
Capele, Rita 
Carbo, Kathy 
Carlin, PhyKs 
Casey, Daphne 
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Baton Rouge 

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New Orleans 
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Causey, Larry 
Centanni, Mary 
Champagne, Ann 
Champagne, Mary 
Chaney, N. Deborah 
Chatelain, Kenneth 

Chustz, Rosaline 
Clark, Paulette 
Clement, Gene 
Collins, Shirley 
Collura, Samuel 
Colomb, Terr! 

Cook, J. Michael 
Cosby, Ruth 
Coutant, Carl 
Cox, Katina 
Craddock, Nancy 
Craig, Sally 

Cragon, Lynn 
Cranford, William 
Cross, Karen 
Cullen, Kathleen 
Culotta, Debra 
Culotta, Janice 

Culotta, J. Roger 
Currault, Adrienne 
Cusimano, Judy 
Cutrer, Sandra 
D'Albor, Patricia 
Da ret, Gwendolyn 

Davidson, Mary 
Davis, Angela 
Davis, Patricia 
Davis, Trudie 
Day, Becky 
Dayries, Michele 

Dearing, Joanne 
Deen, Deborah 
DeLaune, Lee 
Delbert, Leslie 
Desselle, Sheryl 
Devall, Frances 

Diamond, Carolyn 
Dickens, Debbie 
Diermayer, Sue 
Digirolamo, Donna 
Dohm, William 
Domingue, Cynthia 

Donahue, Bridget 
Douget, James 
Douglas, Lintot 
Downing, Jean 
DuBuisson, Norman 
Ducote, Vicki 

Dugas, Donna 
Dumiller, Patty 
Dupont, Sandra 
Dupuis, Mary 
Dupuy, Gloria 
Durocher, Susan 

Dziuba, Daniel 
Easley, Ann 
Epps, James 
Ethridge, Ann 
Everett, H. Lewis 
Ewell, Jill 

Falcon, Laura 
Felton, Eugenia 
Fernandez, JoAnn 
Fletcher, Judi 
Flood, Cynthia 
Fontenot, Adrienne 



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Senior 

Senior 

Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Junior 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 



Za chary 

Gretna 

Sorrento 

Crowley 

New Orleans 

Marksville 

New Roads 

New Orleans 

Plaquemine 

Alexandria 

Plaquemine 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Lake Charles 

Baton Rouge 

Alexandria 

Jackson, Ms. 
Woodworth 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Gretna 

Harvey 

Baker 

Plaquemine 
New Orleans 

Plaquemine 

Opelousas 

Crowley 

Baton Rouge 

Baker 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Mt. Olive, Ms. 

Denham Springs 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Plaquemine 

Lake Charles 

Metairie 

Norco 

Loranger 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Ville Platte 

Baton Rouge 

Baker 

Slidell 

Hessmer 

Donaldsonville 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Bunkie 

Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Denham Springs 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Harahan 

Alexandria 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Eunice 

Jackson 

Sulphur 




140 




Forvt . SUZAIMW 



Foster. Jeanette 
Francis, Barbara 

Fuler. Mary 
SaK/ean, Teresa 

Gardner. Cathy 
Gardsbane, Susan 
Gauthier, Constance 
Gaufhier, JacqueTina 
69. Susan 
Gteason. Beth 

Gteason, Deborah 
Goings, Gail 
Goldsmith. Anita 
Gomez, Midtey 
Gonzalez, Yolanda 
Gray. Susan 

Green, Lizzie 
Greer, Mary 



Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Senior 



Lake Charles 

Coushatta 

FranUin 

WiKamsburg, Va. 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 



N.Y. 



Senior 

Sophomore 
Junior 

je*" Of 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 



Goetfo. Carolyn 
Guenther. Kathy 
Guevara, Jeanette 

GuSbeau. Janet 
Guidry. Mary 
Guidry. Kimberley 
Guyton, Wiliam 
Habbaz. Marian 
KUbig. Tina 

Hagan, Lynn 
Hanman, Janet 
Harryman, Lynna 
Hausse, Lynne 
Hawkins, Margaret 
Hayden. Judy 



Graduate 
Junior 
Senior 
Senior 



MM Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Bethesda, Md. 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 

Rougon 

PinevaU 

Baton Rouge 



Senior 
Junior 



LaPUce 

Marksvile 

RaceUnd 

Crowley 

Bossier CHy 

KUw Orleans 



Senior 



Senior 
Senior 



New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Jackson, Miss. 

Chalmette 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 




141 



Hayes, Patti 
Hay, Richard 
Haynes, Joy 
Haywood, Ryan 
Hazlett, James 
Hebert, Gay 

Hebert, Gwen 
Helmke, Deborah 
Hendry, Becky 
Herbert, Stephanie 
Hibshman, Tamaro 
High, Jeanneen 

Milliard, April 
Hill. Annie 
Hines, Suzy 
Hobdy, Brenda 
Holdcraft, Deborah 
Holley, Delia 

Honors, Geretta 
Hotard, Jennifer 
Houpy, Sharon 
Howard, Deborah 
Hudson, Anne 
Hultberg, Jan 

Hunt, Sydney 
Hunter, Cynthia 
Hyde, Shereen 
Irwin, Donna 
Jeansonne, Debra 
Johnson, Kayla 

Johnson, Ronald 
Jones, Donna 
Jones, Glenda 
Jones, Mary 
Joseph, Deborah 
Juban, Anita 

Justi, Julianne 
Keebler, Deborah 
Keever, Mary 
Kennedy, Donna 
Kennedy, Joyce 
Kerry, Zandi 

Kleinpeter, Karen 
Knaus, Patricia 
Knight, Betty 
Knighten, Anita 
Knobles, Ann 
Kocke, Louise 

Koretzky, Roselym 
LaBorde, Wayne 
LaChute, Wanda 
Lacinak, Adelek 
Lacumbe, Steve 
LaFauci, Tylar 

LaFleur, Daniel 
LaFleur, Rebecca 
Lafleur, Suzanne 
Lahey, Laura 
Laing, Carol 
Langhetee, Mary 

Lambert, Janice 
Laque, Joan 
Lass, Alycea 
Lattier, Susan 
Lawless, Phyllis 
Leake, Kathryn 

Leonard, Dorothy 
LeBeau, Monica 
LeBeau, Regina 
LeBlanc, Claudette 
Lee, Anita 
LeBlanc, Barbara 



Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Junior 
Junior 
Senior 
Senior 
Junior 
Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Junior 
Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Junior 
Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 



Baton Rouge 

Franklin 

Luling 

Baton Rouge 

Slidell 

Houma 

Alexandria 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 
Bossier City 
New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Clinton 

Slidell 

Alexandria 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Venice 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 

Covington 

Baton Rouge 

Bogalusa 

Baton Rouge 

Lake Arthur 

Alexandria 

Opelousas 

Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Lockport 

Baton Rouge 

Slidell 

Baton Rouge 
Sulphur 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Lena 

Baton Rouge 

Lake Providence 

Plaquemine 

New Orleans 
Hessmer 

New Orleans 

Destrehan 

Hessmer 

New Orleans 

Ville Platte 
Baton Rouge 

Opelousas 
Metairie 

Shreveport 
New Orleans 

Norco 

Metairie 

Prairieville 

Shreveport 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

New Roads 

Gonzales 

Rougon 

Lafayette 

Shreveport 
Gonzales 




142 




LeBlanc, Catherine 
Ledet, Deborah 
LeDoui, Janet 
Lemoine, Denis* 
Lilly, Cynthia 
Littlejohn. Kathy 



Lob, Jackie 
Loud on, Terry 
Lozada, Ana 
Lusk. Becky 
Lynn, Debbie 
Madere, Marshall 



Magee, Marita 
Magness, Debra 
Matherne, Jerome 
Matnews, Gerald 
Matlock, Michael 
Manning, Susan 



Manning, Virgie 
Marls, Linda 
Marquette, Joan 
Marse, Laura 
Martin, Virginia 
Mar-train, Gwen 

May, Mary 
McClure, Winona 
McCoy. Linda 
McFarland, Virginia 
Mclnnis, Mary 
McKenzie. Betty 



McLellan, Mildred 
McMullin, William 
Meadows, Jerry 
Meares, Deborah 
Megginson, Nina 
Melancon, Pauline 



Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 



Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Senior 



Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Junior 
Senior 
Senior 



Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 



Sunshine 
Gretna 
Eunice 

Natchitoches 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

New Orleans 
Baker 

El Paso, Tex. 

Baton Rouge 

Columbus, Oh. 

Laplace 

Hattiesburg, Ms. 

Slidell 

Dutchtown 

Alexandria 

Baton Rouge 

Gra mercy 

New Orleans 

Meridian, Ms. 

New Orleans 

Harahan 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Bogalusa 

Metairie 

Kenner 

Greens burg 

Zachary 

Baton Rouge 

Harvey 





143 



Meshell, Mary 
Meyers, Ann 
Miller, Joan 
Millet, Ronda 
Millie*, Milana 
Mineo, Donna 

Ming, Deborah 
Mitchell, John 
Monjure, JoAnn 
Montz, Lorna 
Moore, Danny 
Moore, Stella 

Morrison, Paula 
Morton, May 
Moss, Patricia 
Motz, Karl 
Munster, Janet 
Nagle, Nancy 

Nassif, Michael 
Natal, Melanie 
Navarro, Lisa 
Neal, Lindy 
Nelson, Rebecca 
Michael, Newman 

Nicholas, Judy 
Norman, Marylena 
North, Lawrie 
O'Steen, Mary 
Otillio, Judith 
Parker, Cynthia 

Parker, Margaret 
Parker, William 
Patton, Peggy 
Peacock, Margaret 
Pease, Carey 
Peevey, Nancy 

Peno, Suzanne 
Perkins, Michael 
Persac, Lynne 
Petit, Gerolyn 
Piazza, Barbara 
Pitre, Jane 

Polito, Gloria 
Ponder, Ruth 
Pontheiu, Gayle 
Prestia, Julie 
Pulley, Donna 
Pushker, Gail 

Raby, Janice 
Randall, Elizabeth 
Ratka, Joyce 
Reed, Janet 
Ren-froe, Gloria 
Richard, Claudia 

Richard, David 
Richard, Faye 
Rinaudo, Maureen 
Rivere, RayeNell 
Robertson, Donna 
Roberts, Rebecca 

Robichaux, Constance 
Robin, Janice 
Rogers, Cindy 
Rogers, Marilyn 
Romero, Mary 
Roy. Vicki 

Rubenstein, Marvin 
Rudnicki, Katherine 
Russell, Patricia 
Saltz, Andrea 
St. Pierre, Denise 
Sage, Nancy 



Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 
Senior 
Junior 
Senior 
Junior 
Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Junior 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Freshman 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Junior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 

Junior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 



Zwolle 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Gonzales 

Port Arthur, Tex. 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Baker 

Metairie 

Norco 

Baton Rouge 
Lockport 

Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 
Norco 

Palmetto 

Metairie 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Metairie 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Baker 

Baton Rouge 
Belle Chasse 

Slidell 

New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Slidell 

Baker 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Hester 

Alexandria 

Denham Springs 

Baton Rouge 

Natchitoches 

Marksville 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Alexandria 

New Orleans 

New York, N.Y. 

Baker 

Baton Rouge 

Thibodaux 

Baton Rouge 

New Roads 

White Castle 

Zachary 

Shreveport 

New Orleans 
Leonville 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Lake Charles 
Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Franklin-ton 

Baton Rouge 

Morgan City 

Sulphur 

Houston, Tex. 




144 




Sato. MidiMl 
Samson, Linda 
Sanchez. Madeline 
Sanders, Nancy 
Sanders, Oliver 
Sandox, Yvonne 

Sanford. Rebecca 
Sartor, Judith 
Satterlee, Sail 
ScalHe. Afice 
Scallan, Stephen 
ScHaefer, Nancy 

Schafer. Curt 

C I fiaM-MTHII 

Schemayder. Alyson 
Schiele. Jane 
Schiling. Rhonda 
Schroeder, Suzanne 

Scimeca, Anna 
Scivique, Paula 
Sebastian, Teresa 
Servat, Yyette 
Seghers, Sue 
Shaffer, Harrison 

jfiefton, John 
Simpson, Kerri 
Sirey, Jeanne 
SkeeUr, Frank 
Smith. Adelaide 
Smith, Rhonda 

Smith, Susan 
Smith. Annette 
Sprague, Carol 
Spears, Mary 
Stephenson, Deborah 
Stephens, Kay 



Senior 
Senior 



Senior 

Sophomore 
Senior 



Junior 
Senior 
Senior 

Sophomore 
Sophomore 
Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 



Senior 
Sophomore 
Sophomore 
Senior 

Se-"o- 



Baton Rouge 

Alexandria 

Gonzales 

Houston, Tex. 

Pleasant Hil 

Opelousas 

Jackson, Miss. 
Ida 

Me+airie 

Port Allen 

Reserve 

Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 
Bossier City 
New Roads 

Vidalia 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Rayne 

Homewood, III. 
Baton Rouge 

Newburgh. N.Y. 



Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 
Senior 
Junior 
Senior 
Junior 
Senior 



Slidell 
Orange, Tex. 

Metairie 
Donaldsonville 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Lecompte 

DeRWder 

Meridian, Miss. 




145 



Sterken, Pamela 
Stelly, Karen 
Stone, Michael 
Strickland, Diane 
Summers, Margaret 
Swafford, Marianne 

Swager, Carolyn 
Sypert, Dona 
Taylor, William 
Thatcher, Debbie 
Tillman, Sharon 
Timmons, Krista 

Tomeny, Jane 
Treating, Frederick 
Triche, Barbara 
Truax, Gwendolyn 
Trygg, George 
Jumonville, Sandy 

Veron, Mary 
Veriwyvelt, Virginia 
Walker, Andree 
Wall, Jan 
Walters, Jeanmne 
Ward, Melinda 

Watson, Nelda 
Weathersby, Carol 
Webb, Earline 
Weber, William 
Wheat, Sandra 
Wilkinson, Debra 

Willard, Arlene 
Williams, Frances 
Williams, Marsha 
Williams, Roberta 
Willie, Geralyn 
Wilson, Glenice 

Wilson, Janice 
Winti, Cathie 
Wondergem, Diane 
Wondergem, Terry 
Wood, Elisabeth 
Young, Gladys 

Zachary, Paul 



Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Junior 
Senior 
Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 
Senior 
Junior 
Junior 
Senior 
Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 



New Orleans 

Sulphur 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Houston, Tex. 

Colfax 

Ft. Hood, Tex. 

Lafayette 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Denham Springs 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Egan 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Lutcher 
Baton Rouge 
Beaumont, Tex. 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Lake Charles 

Ba strop 

Jackson, Miss. 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Pride 

Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
New Iberia 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Metairie 

Metairie 

Covington 

Lecompte 

Bossier City 





146 




STUDENT 
LOUISIANA 
TEACHER'S 
ASSN. 



I. Unidentified, 2. Judy Otillio. 3. Lorna Montr, 4. Lynne Felton, 5. Jane Berry. 6- P99y Peacock. 7. 
Adrienne Fontenot, 8. Laurie Lahey, 9. Monica LeBeau. 10. William McMullin. II. Debbie Lynn, 12. 
Ann Champagne, 13. Bill Parker. 14. Mona Alise, 15. Debbie Thatcher, 16. Mary Meshell, 17. Edward 
Wayne Pouciau, 18. Maria Sonnier. 19. Sue Hurst, 20. Jan Ellis, 21. Ariene Willard, 22. Margaret 
Summers, 23. Regina LeBeau, 24. Melinda Ward. 25. Pam Burford. 26. Virginia McFaHand, 27. Nancy 
Ourso, 28. Marian Melanson, 29. Unidentified, 30. Alycea Lass. 31. Vivian Brown, 32. Jean Downing, 
33. Yvonne Pourciau. 34. Mary Bossier, 35. Gail Duteil. 36. Michael Neldutin, 37. Buffy Bradford. 38. 
Unidentified, 39. Patsy Zerinque. 




KAPPA DELTA PI 

HONORARY EDUCATION 




147 









COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 



DEPARTMENT 


MAJOR 
ELEMENT 


WHAT THEY 
ARE NOT 


PERSONALITY 


Aerospace 


rocket 


aviators 


"spaced out" 


Chemical 


chemicals 


chemists 


bubbling 


Civil 


bridges 


construction 
workers 


polite 


Electrical 


lightening 


electricians 


shocking 


Engineering 
Science 


research 


science majors 


ingenious 


Industrial 


industry 


plant workers 


industrious 


Mechanical 


machinery 


mechanics 


contriving 


Nuclear 


atoms 


bomb makers 


explosive 


Petroleum 


oil 


drill riggers 


slick 





148 






W u Zoo 



149 



Abadie, Reynold Joseph 
Adams, George 
Adams, Stephen 
Adwell, David 
Amirhamzeh, Massoud 
Angelo, Gary 

Arabzadeh, Farideh 
Arnold, Jesse 
Aucoin, Dewey 
Avery, Glenn 
Baguant, Jawaharlall 
Baker, Edward 

Balhoff, Donald 
Barren, Paul 
Becnel, Guenn 

Benedetti, Luis 
Sizanti, Mohamed 
Bolanos, Carlos 

Bordelon, Darryl 
Borne, Fred 
Brader, Thomas 
Bradley, Gregg 
Brlslin, Mark 
Bruce, Margaret 

Bubrig, Ross 
Buckley, Jeff 
Caillet, David 
Canas, Luis 
Canas, Ricardo 
Cantrelle, Donald 

Canzoneri, Raymond 
Cardella, Anthony 
Carradine, Charles 
Carter, Edgar 
Cascio, Dennis 
Cason, Thomas 



Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Grad-6 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Junior 
Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 



Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 
Senior 
Junior 
Senior 
Senior 
Sophomore 



Chalmette 

Forest Hill 

Marrero 

Pineville 

Iran 

Port Sulphur 

Iran 

Baton Rouge 

White Castle 

Prairieville 

Mauritius 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Franklin 

Venezuela 

Libya 

Guatemala 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Metairie 

Covington 

Mobile, Ala. 

Jackson 

Belle Chasse 
Baton Rouge 

Hahnville 
El Salvador 
El Salvador 

Raceland 

Metairie 
Metairie 

Elton 
Monroe 
Metairie 

Erath 






Cereniie, Lawrence Junior 

Chakaneh, Hossein Sophomore 

Charoenwongreark, Eakaphong Junior 

Chatelain, Michael Senior 

Chaveleh, Mohammad Junior 

Chiauon. Michael Junior 

Chitsaz, Hassan Junior 

Clark. Dean Senior 

Cohen, Eduardo Junior 

Coleman, Howard Senior 

Cook. Craig Senior 

Costales, Jorge Senior 

Cross, Robert Junior 

Curet, Adolph Sophomore 

Davis, Chuck Sophomore 

Dean, James Senior 

DeAndrea, Francisco Senior 

Dembrun, Bryan Junior 

Dennis, Larry Senior 

Dunn, Sidney Senior 

Dyer, Sonia Senior 

Eble, Robert Sophomore 

Edwards, Justin Senior 

Eslami, Mohamad Sophomore 

Fabre, Vernon Senior 

Fleurant, Emmanuel Senior 

Fontenot, John Junior 

Foret, Francis Junior 

Gabel, Jaime Freshman 

Gallagher, Ronald Senior 

Seller, Jose Senior 

Seller, Marcos Senior 

Gharrary, Abbas Junior 

Gildermaster, Marshall Sophomore 

Gipson, Lynn Sophomore 

Grabert, Euclid Junior 



Pearl River 
Iran 

Bangkok 

Mansura 

Iran 

Thibodaui 

Durham, N.C. 

New Orleans 

Peru 

Baton Rouge 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

New Roads 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Venezuela 

Chalmette 

Princeton 

Houston, Tex. 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Iran 

Destrehan 

Mauritius 

Ville Platte 

Raceland 

Peru 

New Orleans 



Iran 

Ponchatoula 
DeOuincy 
Raceland 





151 



Graham, Bernis Senior Pineland, Tex. 

Guerrero, Abexardo Senior Nicaragua 

Guillot, Michael Senior Baton Rouge 

Handal, Anton Senior Stasca, III. 

Hanegan, Loretta Sophomore Baton Rouge 

Heitzmann, Michael Senior Baton Rouge 

Herschltowici, Herbert Senior Peru 

Hicks. James Sophomore Baiter 

Higgins, Tim Senior Baton Rouge 

Hobbs, John Junior Baton Rouge 

Johnson, Prentiss Senior Baton Rouge 

Jones, Richard Junior Venice 

Joseph, Jay Senior New Orleans 

Keller, Glenn Senior 

Kelly, Thomas Junior Chalmette 

Khosravan, Mostafa Sophomore Iran 

Kinler, Bria Junior Hahnville 

Kirtland, Cavey Senior West Monroe 

Kling, Phillip Senior Baton Rouge 

Koo, Michael Junior Hong Kong 

Laiche, Barry Junior Lutcher 

Langhetee, Edmond Senior New Orleans 

La Rose, David Senior Baton Rouge 

LaSala, Roberto Senior El Salvador 

Lattier, Wendell Senior Shreveport 

LeCompte, Michael Junior Montequt 

Ledet, Raymond Senior Gramercy 

Lemon, Johnny Junior Kinder 

Lewis, Avon Senior Baton Rouge 

Logerot, Darwin Senior Baton Rouge 

Madani, Ahmad Junior Iran 

Madere, Timothy Sophomore Mt. Pleasant, S.C. 

Maddry, James Senior New Orleans 

Maggiore, John Senior Kenner 

Malek, Charles Senior Lebanon 

Manzanera Nevman, Ernesto Senior New Orleans 

Maryman, Gordon Senior Shreveport 

Mattison, Scott Junior Beaumont, Tex. 

Mayo, Isaac Sophomore Peru 

Me Bride, Clyde Junior Lake Charles 

McLaughlin, Ken Senior New Orleans 

McQuaig, Donald Sophomore Erath 

Meredith, Robert Senior Columbia 

Mikell, Alan Senior Baton Rouge 

Millet, Glenn Junior Norco 

Mina, Mestafa Senior Iran 

Molano, Rafael Senior Colombia 

Moody, Alan Junior Eunice 

Morgan, Keith Junior Homer 

Moshiri, Fatemeh Senior Iran 

Mouledoux, George Sophomore New Orleans 

Mevassagh, Gholamhosein Senior Iran 

Mundy, Bruce Senior Baton Rouge 

Neck, Kirby Senior Mansura 

Neghabat, Mohsen Sophomore 

Newell, Stephen Junior New Orleans 

Nguyen, Bao Junior Vietnam 

Nicotre, Thomas Senior Baton Rouge 

Pearce, James Senior Equality, III. 

Perkins, Edmund Senior Clayton 

Pertuit, Ronnie Senior Raceland 

Philpot, Jimmy Senior Watson 

Pipes, Donald Senior Baton Rouge 

Pones, Richard Junior Pineville 

Praet, Richard Sophomore Alexandria 

Preau, Gerald Sophomore New Orleans 

Pugh, Joe Junior Jeanerette 

Rahebi, Shery Sophomore Iran 

Rangel, Montgomert Senior Venezuela 

Rausseo, Jose Senior Venezuela 

Raymond, Kirt Junior Metairie 

Regan, Charles Senior Monroe 




152 




Richardson. John 
Riemer, Charges 
Robichaux, Roger 
Rojat, Jose 
Rome, Stephen 
Ross, Gary 

Rowhany, Moiaffar 
Rushing, Donald 
Sabet, Gholamreza 
Sabino, Julio 
Sadighinouri. Najmeh 
Schuth, Henry 

Scott. Ralph 
Scott. Ray 
Sentilles. Ed 
Shipp, Kenneth 

Shoaii, Parvii 
Shobeiry. Sadegh 

Schuckrow, Joseph 
Silva-Didz, Agustin 
Smith, Gary 
Soileau, Cecil 
Soulant, Charles 
St. Pierre, Albin 

Straley, Dewey 
Supatanatinkasem, Surasak 
Tammami, Zia 
Taylor. John 
Thakore, Shailesh 
Toepfer. Fred 

Turner, James 
Valenciano, Rudy 
Villere, Bruce 
Waguespack, Steven 
WeintriH, William 
Whit*, Donald 

White. Walter 
Windom, Olan 
Yeadon, David 
Young, Earl 
Zakaria. Abdul 
Zambrand, Henry 



Senior 



Senior 
Sophomore 
Sophomore 
Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 
Senior 
Sophomore 



Junior 
Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Junior 

Senior 

Senior 
Senior 
Junior 
Senior 
Senior 
Junior 

Junior 
Senior 
Junior 
Junior 
Senior 
Sophomore 



New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Pascagoula, Miss. 

Columbia 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Iran 

Baton Rouge 

Iran 

Ana co 

Iran 

Chalmette 

Forest Hill 

Cleveland, Miss. 

New Orleans 

Bossier City 

Iran 

Iran 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Franklinton 

Ville Platte 

New Orleans 

Scott 

New Orleans 

Thailand 

Iran 

Rayne 

India 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Miami, Ha. 

Baton Rouge 

Lockport 

Bogalusa 

Addis 



Houma 

Belle Chasse 

New Orleans 

Eunice 

Malaysia 

Venezuela 




153 



CHI EPSILON 




HONORARY CIVIL ENGINEERING 



1. Rick Holm 

2. Bill Crabtree 

3. Leo Lebourgeois 

4. Donald Jones 

5. Lindsey Aucoin 

6. Wilfred Barry 

7. Eddie Olivier 

8. Donald Preau 

9. Doug Lennox 
10. Tom Engert 

I I. Barney Martin 

12. Kelly Varnado 

1 3. Tom Morris 

14. Creighton Cadwallader 

15. Jim Turner 

16. John Maggoire 

1 7. Jesse Arnold 



154 





AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 



1. Richard Jones 

2. Walid Esmail 

3. Larry Thomas 

4. Kassim Kassim 

5. Al Wambsgans 

6. Elliot Weisendanger 

7. Joel Castello 

8. Bob Bradford 

9. Harry Hufft 

10. Walt Whitehead 

11. Dr. O. K. Kimbler 

12. Dr. W. R. hidden 

13. Dr. A. T. Bourgoyne 



14. Lance Rayne 

15. Jeff Hdlier 

16. Dave Simmons 

17. Alan Mikeil 

18. Scott Jortner 

19. Leo Sinnott 

20. Don Redmoond 

21. Gary Ross 

22. Frank Tuminello 

23. Mohomed Bizante 

24. Ed Longhetee 

25. Bob Meredith 




IS5 



1. Darryl Bordelon 

2. Dale Williams, treas. 

3. Sid Dunn, v.p. 

4. John Dress, pres. 

5. Allen Eschette Jr. 

6. David Lindsay 

7. Gordon Denker Jr. 

8. Don Balhoff 

9. Norman Roberts 
10. Carol Norris, sec. 
I I. Jay Baguant 

12. George Adams 

1 3. Stephen Lato 

14. Bob Stanley 

15. Thomas Guidry 

16. Scott Madison 

17. Bill Wall 

18. Mark Busbiee 

19. Mike Chatelain 

20. Larry Ward 

21. Bruce Babbs 

22. Roger Waguespack 

23. Michael Fleurant 

24. Ralph Scott 

25. Wayne Rachal 

26. Kenneth Reibert 




AMERICAN INSTITUTE 
OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS 




i z; 



156 




ETA KAPPA NU 




1. Dr. T. O. Tan 

2. Dr. John Johnson 

3. Carl LaPlace 

4. Dr. David Johnson 

5. Maurice Smith 

6. Oian Wmdom 

7. Dr. Leonard Adams 

8. Dr. Maurice Bouvier 

9. Don White 

10. Leonard Zimmermann 

11. Michael Murphy 

12. John Taylor III 

13. Howard Coleman 

14. Victor Hemandet 



1 5. Prentiss Johnson 

16. Jack Ashton Jr. 

17. Paul Roullier 

18. John Calvert 

19. Dr. B. L Ho 

20. Dr. C. C. Cho 

21. Dr. Ralph Kinney 

22. Ken Shipp 

23. James Dean 

24. Margaret Bruc* 

25. Byron Thibodeaux 

26. Neal Malloy 

27. Ronnie Paul 

28. Sonia Duyer 



HONORARY 
ELECTRICAL 
ENGINEERING 



157 



PI EPSILON TAU 




HONORARY PETROLEUM ENGINEERING 



KNEELING: (Left to right): Dr. O. K. Kimbler, Prof. M. F. Haw- 
kins, Bob Bradford, Prof. Bill Hise, Dave Simmons, Dave Rader. 
STANDING: (Left to right): Don Redmond, Ed Langhetee, Andy 
Anderson, Louis Chemin, Harry Hufft, Elliot Wiesendanger, Scott 
Jurtner, Alan Mikell, Bob Meredith, John Parmigiano. 



158 




TAU BETA PI 



I. Ed Langhetee 2. Jay Joseph 3. Paul Rouillier 4. Bob Meredith 5. Buzz Jehle 6. Dr. Maurice 
Bouvier Jr. 7. Dr. William Bernard 8. Mr. Bill Hise 9. Dr. Oscar Kimbler 10. Scott Jortner 1 1. John 
Taylor III 12. Gary Ross 13. Mike Murphy 14. Byron Thibodeaux 15. Dale Williams 16. Jack 
Ashton 17. Pren+iss Johnson 18. Neal Molloy 19. Duard Franklin 20. William Haynie 21. David 
Lindsay 22. Mike McKay 23. Keith Morgan 24. Carol Morris 25. John Kress 26. Ray Guillory 27. 
Margaret Bruce 28. Francis Burford 29. Raymond Ledet 30. Mark Stair 31. Sonia Dyer 32. J. 
Baguant 33. Kenneth Reibert 34. Joe Johnson 35. David Cafllet 36. Don Redmond 37. Allan Mikell 
38. Gary Smith 39. Robert Allen 40. Herbert Herschkowicz. 

HONORARY ENGINEERING 




COLLEGE OF 
ENVIRONMENTAL 

DESIGN 





WuZoo 




160 







Aguilar, David 
Aguirre, Jim 
Andrews, Bonnie 
Asgari, Shokrollah 
Baird. Charles 
Bajon, Diane 

Beaty, Stephanie 
Beauvais, Michael 
Blanchard, Jerry 
Boonmananark, Nuttawood 
Bossemeyer, Joanne 
Brooks, Jan* 

Broom, Jamas 
Broussard, Simona 
Brown, Robert 
Brumfield, Harold 
Brunar, David 
Cangelosi, Gary 

Chandler, Carolyn 
Cheramie, Edmond 
Coates, Norman 
Cooper, Ralph 
Couch, J. Joseph 
Crow, Alan 

Culbertson. Kurt 
Daniels, David 
Dean, Cherry 
Delaune. Curtis 
Dietrich, D. David 
Donnelly, Mary 

Dunn, Donald 
Edmiston, Carole 
Bkins, Tommie 
Elliot. Michael 
Paulk, Janet 
Faurrriaroy, Samuel 



Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 



Junior 
Junior 

Senior 



Senior 
Senior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Junior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 



Senior 
Sophomore 
Sophomore 
Junior 



New Orleans 

Monterey, Cat. 

Gonzalas 

Baton Rouge 

Guin, Ala. 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 

Thailand 
Old Saybrook, Conn. 

Metairie 

Columbia, Miss. 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Jackson, Miss. 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

CutOff 

Alexandria 

Leesville 

Baton Rouge 

Ruston 

Shreveport 
Baton Rouge 

Braithwaite 

Lockport 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Sarepta 

Moss Point, Miss. 

New Orleans 

Baytown, Te. 

Rayne 

Bogalusa 





161 



Flagg, Christopher 
Fortier, Peter 
Francois, Russel 
Guevara, Oscar 
Haggard, Deborah 
Harris, Wiley 

Hendry, Gary 
Hill, James 
Hill, Ken 

Hoffman, Stephen 
Holzenthal, Henry 
Hurston, Nikki 

Ivey, Franke 
Jackson, Vanessa 
Johnson, Leslie 
Johnson, Libby 
Jones, Kenneth 
Joseph, William 

Kelly, Glenn 
Kile, Terry 
Komidor, Susan 
Langlois, Terry 
Lapino, Raymond 
LeBlanc, Abbey 

LeDuff. Vel 
Lemoine, George 
Leon, Francisco 
Lieber, Renee 
Losavio, Dennis 
Louis, Gary 

Mahaffey, Danny 
Manuel, Erma 
Martin, Charles 
Martiny, Wayne 
McCoy, Delbert 
McVea, Benjamin 



Sophomore 

Junior 

Junior 

Junior 

Junior 

Junior 

Senior 
Senior 
Junior 
Senior 
Junior 
Senior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 



New Orleans 

Metairie 

Eunice 

El Salvador 

Baton Rouge 

Watson 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Metairie 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 

Ft. Smith, Ark. 

Baton Rouge 

Port Allen 

Jackson, Miss. 

Baton Rouge 
Alexandria 
Covington 

Baton Rouge 

Kenner 

New Roads 

Los Angeles 

Bunkie 

Venezuela 

Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 

Streator, III. 

Downers Grove, III. 

Eunice 

Bogalusa 

New Orleans 

Bossier City 

Baker 






Miraa!, Pirooz 
Morgan, Sandra 
Murphree, William 
Murphy, Edwin 
Murphy, Thomas 
Norvatl, Jack 

O'Quinn, Mary 
PMC*. St.ve 
Pearson. John 
Pvey, Jim 
Perkins, David 
Pinter, Michael 

PHtman, Terry 
Pool*. Terry 
Potts, Susan 
Quinn, Nancy 
Pefro, Pamela 



Sophomor. 
Junior 



Rayner, Harry 
Roberts, Gregory 

Sartre, Ronald 
Scheefer. Mark 
Schaff. Brenda 
Scimeca, Raymond 

Shea. Stewart 
Simmons, James 
Simmons, Richard 
Smart, Timothy 
Stevens, Marcia 
Sliiiiei , drrt 

Thevenot, Patricia 
Thompson, James 
Thompson, Ramona 
Thornton, R. Scott 
Toche. Joseph 
Upton, Christopher 

Urriola, Vicente 
Werner, Catherine 
Wickboldt. Stephen 



Senicx 
Senior 
Senior 

Junior 
Sophomor. 
Senior 
Senior 

Senior 



Alexandria 
West Point, Miss. 

Vicksburg, Mi. 

Aleiandria 

SKdel 

Baton Rouge 
Shreveport 



Baiter 

Opelousas 

Jackson, Miss. 



Junior 


Bogalusa 


Junior 


&onzales 


Sophomore 


New Orleans 


Sophomore 


New Orleans 


Senior 


Hattiesburg, Miss. 


Senior 


Longview, Tex. 


Freshman 


Baton Rouge 
inf innrtOTO 


Junior 


Metairie 


Senior 


Shreveport 


Sophomore 


Metairie 


Junior 


Independence 



junior 
Sophomor. 

Sopnocnor0 
Freshman 



Senior 



Junior 

Sophomor. 
Junior 

Junior 



Junior 
Junior 
Senior 
Senior 



Roger 
WiKams 



New Iberia 

New Orleans 

Shreveport 

Winnfield 

Stonington, Conn. 

Harahan 

Cotton port 

New Orleans 

Arab! 

Conway, Ark. 

Biloii, Miss. 

New Orleans 



Panama 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Houma 

New Orleans 

&renville. Miss. 




163 



JU." ' IWIS 







Nobody's ever in if long enough to get any real 
impression of JD, except the impression on their 
ID, and those who do stay there for any length of time 
don't want to talk about it and certainly don't want 
anyone to know. 




165 



Abadie, JoEllyn 
Abrams. David 
Acosta, Dave 
Adkins, Mary 

Afflerbach, Charles 
Aguilar, Joseph 

Aitkens, Susan 
Alexander, Evans 
Anderson, Daniel 
Andry, Jeanne 
Andry, Kevin 
Antoon, Robert 

Arbour, Jeanne 
Arnold, Howard 
Artus, John 
Babin, Joseph 

Badkoobeh, Mouheba+o 
Balwin, Barbara 

Balhoff, William 
Balbach, Deborah 
Banker, Billie 
Barkoff Kenneth 
Barlow, Mike 
Barnes, Donna 

Barrios, Aliece 
Barsley, Paula 
Bauer, Susan 
Batiste, Linda 
Beale, Jorge 
Beall, Mary 

Beasley, Ronald 
Beckemeyer, Elizabeth 
Becker, Marsha 
Becnel, Maurice 
Bedgood, Jill 
Bellard, Betty 



Baton Rouge 
W. Helena, Ark. 

Bossier City 
Baton Rouge 

Austin, Tex. 
New Orleans 

Houma 

New Orleans 

Shreveport 

Fairfax, Vir. 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 
Iran 
New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 
Gretna 
New Orleans 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 
Ponchatoula 

New Orleans 

Jarreau 

Puerto Rico 

Ponchatoula 

Ferriday 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Gretna 

Shreveport 

Raleigh 




I 






e, Trudy 
Bang*. Robert 

Bergeron, Margo 
Berlin, Joan 
Bertucci, Sandy 
Blair, Julia 

Bevinetto, Debra 
Blake, Gary 
Blanco, Enrique 
Blanche rd, Sheree 
Heiilon. Frances 
Boffich. Saty 

Bonaventure, Francis 
Bondy, Nancy 
Bordes. Chris 
Borey, Brian 
Bourgeois, Suzanne 
Bourke, Mary 

Bowers, Jeanne 
Bowman, Janet 
Boyer, Robin 
Brady. Mickey 
Brady. Terry 
Brandon. Beth 

Braud. KaHiy 
Brandon. Mark 
Breeux. Andy 
Breeux. Vaughn 
Breed. Unda 
Brouiliette, Rose 



Brown, Michael 
Bryan, Marie 
Buckingham, Gregg 
Bujol. Lena 
r. Rita 



New Orleans 
Metairie 

Baton Rouge 
Metairie 
Metairie 

New Orleans 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Puerto Rico 

Baton Rouge 

Bogalusa 

Lafayette 

Ventress 

New Roads 

New Orleans 

Luting 

Lafayette 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Plaquemine 

Norco 

Gonzales 

Gonzales 

Gonzales 

Baton Rouge 

Crowiey 

Bernice 

Marksville 

White Carrie 

Metairie 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Plaquemine 

Ville Platte 



147 



Bumgardner, Susan 
Burnett, Jacquelyn 
Bush, Henry 
Butler, Jessilyn 
Caballero, Dana 
Cadden, Barbara 

Caldwell, Kenneth 
Carr, Rachel 
Carrasco, Carmen 
Caruso, Deborah 
Carville, Christine 
Chassaniol, Cynthia 

Carver, Ronald 
Causey, Hattie 
Causey, Robert 
Cavender, Lundy 
Cenac, Paul 
Champagne, Anthony 

Champagne, Michael 
Champion, Robyn 
Chiasson, Mary 
Chinigo, Michael 
Claudet, Denise 
Compton, Sandra 

Cook, Wayne 
Coursey, Carolyn 
Crause, Melodye 
Crichton, Scott 
Older, David 
Cristadoro, Dorice 

Crochet, Diane 
Crowell, Clay 
Cohn, Richard 
Counce, Claudia 
Cousin, Isabelle 
Culotta, Jimmy 

Curry, James 
Cutrer, Sylvia 
D'Almada, Philip 
Darr, Derinda 
David, Ann 
David, Mary 

Day, Pam 
Deagano, Warren 
Deegan, Linda 

DeJarnette, Michael 
DeLucca, Val 
Doming, Charlene 

DeSalvo, Gary 
Desselle, Roland 
Devilli, Karen 
Dileo, Esther 
Dillon, Curtis 
Dixon, Sandra 

Dohrman, Allison 
Doiron, C. J. 
Dombourian, Sona 
Donelon, Suzanne 
Dornier, Rene 
Downs, Tana 

Drake, Curtis 
Drawdy, Debi 
Dryden, John 
Duchesne, Maureen 
Ducote, William 
Dupre, Myrna 

Dupry, Catherine 
Dupris, Mary 
Dutel, Jeanne 
Duvic, Joy 
Dyess, Norma 



Baton Rouge 

Wisner 

New Orleans 

Franklinton 

New Orleans 

Canal Zone 

Huntsville, Ala. 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 

Metairie 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 

Chalmette 

Gillsburg, Miss. 

Baton Rouge 

Ruston 

Houma 

Raceland 

Baton Rouge 
Granite City, III. 

Lockport 
Baton Rouge 

Lockport 
Baton Rouge 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Minden 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Houston, Tex. 

New Orleans 
Pride 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Baton Rouge 

Lacombe 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Slidell 

Guyana 

Baker 

Ville Platte 
New Roads 

Baker 

New Orleans 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 
Metairie 

Marrero 

Lafitte 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Lettsworth 

Lake Charles 

Franklin 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Luling 

Metairie 

Houston, Tex. 

Leesville 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Montequt 

Marksville 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 



168 





Eastin, Ashton 
Eddleman, Linda 
Edwards, Katherine 
EH.rvig.Mari 



Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Bossier City 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 
New Orleans 



Erdey. Dal. 

Erwin, Steve 
Eschete. Marian 
Evans, 3 
Falcon, Susan 
Farm, Pamela 
Fat*. Donna 

Ferrand, Suzanne 
Ferrari, Neil 
Fitch, Jennifer 
Fitzgerald, Rhonda 
Fleming, Monroe 
Fletcher, Alam 

Ruence. Leatha 
Fontana, Pad 
Fontenot, Mary 
Foret, Donna 
Fortson, Lee Ann 
Fowler. Charles 



Frost, Lynn 
Galatas, Deon 
Gansar, Debbie 
Gardner, Bennie 
Gardner, David 

Garret, Donald 
Gautr.au, John 
Gentry, Michael 
Gillespie. Wanda 
Givens, Wanda 
Goldman, Sarah 



Houma 

New Orleans 

Donaldsonvffie 

New Iberia 

Kaplan 

New Orleans 

rtampton, TIT. 

Jeanerett. 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Lutcher 

Abbevile 

Welsh 

New Orleans 

Little Rock, Ari. 
Salisbury, Maryland 

Baton Rouge 



S-ae' 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Harahan 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 




Gamble, Rebecca 
Gonzales, Jeanne 
Goodman, Robert 
Gordon, Carleen 
Gott, John 
Gautreau, Nancy 

Grabow, Dalerie 
Gradney, Joseph 
Granger, Ricky 
Grant, Barbara 
Gray, Rannah 
Grayer, Georgia 

Gremillion, Marsha 
Grigsby, Benson 
Griffith, Nancy 
Grunsky, James 
Grush, Wayne 
Guillaume, Ginger 

Guillory, Mary Beth 
Guma, Alina 
Haftel, Aby 
Haggard, Nancy 
Haik, Raymond 
Hall, Lawrence 

Hall, Melinda 
Hamby, Mark 
Hamer, Robin 
Hamilton, Jack 
Handy, Charley 
Hanley, Robert 

Hannaman, Ten 
Harold, Gregory 
Harper, Leah 
Harrington, Russell 
Harris, Debra 
Harrison, Carolyn 

Harrison, Elizabeth 
Haskew, John 
Hawkins, Harold 
Hayes, Catherine 
Heaton, Barbara 
Hebert, Edgar 

Hebert, Keith 
Hennigan, Bobby 
Hernandez, Debra 
Hertz, Janice 
Heuvel, David 
Hicklen, Anthony 

Hicks, Ted 
Hobgood, Linda 
Hoefle, Holly 
Hoffmann, Tommy 
Hogan, Karen 
Hogue, Charles 

Holcomb, Cathy 
Holloway, Robert 
Horn, Beborah 
Hotard, Gerald 
Howard, Donna 
Howard, Karen 

Howell, Becky 
Hranitzky, Kyle 
Huffman, Ursula 
Hunt, Lynn 
Hutch ins, James 
Hutchinson, Paulette 

Hutchinson, Thomas 
Hutchinson, Glenda 
Hyde, Ted 
Hymel, Donna 
Hymel, Judy 
Hymel, Madeline 



Marrero 

New Orleans 

Shreveport 

Houston, Tex. 

Crowley 

Gonzales 

Houston, Tex. 

Oakdale 

Franklin 

Metairie 

Osyka, Ms. 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Crossett, Ark. 

Baton Rouge 

Luling 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Peru 

Baton Rouge 
Bogalusa 
Metairie 

Shreveport 

Decatur, Ga. 

Slidell 

Lake Providence 

Plaquemine 

Lockport 

Baton Rouge 

Madison, Ga. 

Ocilla, Ga. 

Kaplan 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Houston, Tex. 

Baton Rouge 

Ventura, Ca. 

Arab! 

Baton Rouge 

St. Martinville 

DeRidder 

Patterson 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Huntsville, Al. 

Lockport 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 
New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 
Atlanta, Ga. 
New Orleans 
Morgan City 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Franklin 

Baton Rouge 

Winnfield 

Empire 

Springfield 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Laplace 

Norco 

Lake Arthur 




170 




Intel, Rodney 
Ingrain, Deborah 
Ingram, Scott 
litre, Diane 
Jabusch, Stephanie 
Janet, Bruce 

Janneck, Martha 
JarreN, Richard 
Jeansonne, Janell 
Jenkins, Charles 
Jenkins, Phil 
Johnson, Arleen 

Johnson, Arlene 
Johnson, Arlene 
Johnson, Beck! 
Johnson, Velva 
Johnston, Kathy 
Jones, Diane 

Jordan, Dirk 
Jordan, Nancy 
Joseph, Ricky 
Kaaz, Karen 
Kancher. Michael 
Kaplan, Janice 

Kearny, Barbara 
Keebler, Susan 
Kelly. Deborah 
Kember, Janet 
Kenny, Katfiryn 
Kemion, Jennifer 

Kidder, C. David 
Kidder. Glenn 
King, Jan 
Klibert, Uoyd 
Knobles, William 
Koelemay, Kevin 



Franklin 

Metairie 

Pensacola, Ha. 

Vinton 



Baton Rouge 

Chalmette 

Bogalusa 

Bordelonville 

New Orleans 

Marrero 

Baton Rouge 

New Roads 

New Orleans 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Ft. Worth, Tx. 

Ft. Worth, Tt 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Mount Airy 

Worthington. Oh. 

New Orleans 

Decatur, II. 

Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Shreveport 
White CasHe 
New Orleans 
New Orleans 

LeBeau 

Opelousas 

Houston, Tx. 

Metairie 

Lake Providence 

Shreveport 




171 



Koppens, Craig 
Kovacs, Andrew 
Konvicka, Michael 
Kuffner, Janis 
Labat, Stanley 
Laborde, Joy 

Lacobee, Jean 
Lambert, David 
Landrum, Steve 
Lander, James 
Landry, Karen 
Landry, Marlin 

Landry, Patricia 
Langlois, Michael 
Larroque, Celeste 
Larson, Paul 
Launey, John 
Lea, Gwenevere 

LeBeauf Shelia 
LeBlanc, Adrienne 
LeBlanc, Arthur 
LeBlanc, Cleveland 
LeBlanc, Darnell 
LeBlanc, Helen 

LeBlanc, Victoria 
LeBoeuf, Carolyn 
Lee, Darlene 
Lee, Sharon 
LeJeune, Patrick 
Lemoine, James 

Lentz, Paul 
Levy, Kathleen 
Lind, Stephen 
Littlejohn, Judy 
Lofton, Michael 
Long, Debra 

Love, Linda 
Luke, Rickie 
Lukes, Kristina 
Mack, Thomas 
MacPherson, Janet 
Magee, C. Crawford 

Magee, Marsha 
Maggiore, Raymond 
Mahoney, Estelle 
Malin, Linda 
Mallery, Gwendolyn 
Mannino, Sylvia 

Marceaux, Mona 
Marix, Daryl 
Marix, M. Elaine 
Martin, Pamela 
Martin, Shirley 
Matherne, Cheryl 

May, Debra 
Mayley, Lynne 
Mayoral, Paul 
McClain, Susan 
McClure, Becky 
McCollum, Leonard 

McCool, Suzanne 
McCullin, Resa 
McCutcheon, Richard 
McDougall, Debra 
McGlothlin, Deborah 
McGowan, Holly 

McKay, Nina 
McLean, Joan 
Meadows, Martha 
Mears, George 
Meisner, Peter 
Melancon, Ted 
Mendez, Cynthia 



Metairie 

New Orleans 

Metairie 

Metairie 

Raceland 

Marksville 

Shreveport 

Metairie 

Franklin 

Covington 

Gonzales 

Belle Chasse 

Baton Rouge 

Ventress 

Jeanerette 

Winnfield 

Mandeville 

Batchelor 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Raceland 

Baton Rouge 

Houma 

St. Gabriel 

Gautier 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Lettsworth 

Magnolia, Ark. 

Metairie 

Fresno, Cal. 

Baton Rouge 

West Monroe 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Metairie 

Norco 

New Orleans 
Houston, Tex. 
Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Kenner 

New Orleans 

Chatham, N.J. 

Loreauville 

Metairie 

Lake Arthur 

Plaquemine 

Baton Rouge 

Metairie 

Bogalusa 

Norco 

Mandeville 
New Orleans 
New Orleans 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 



Metairie 

Decatur, Ga. 

Baton Rouge 

Chalbette 

Baker 

Baker 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Annandale, Va. 

Jena 

New Orleans 
Convent 
Metairie 




172 




Mercer, Larry 
Mielenz. Jane 
Miller, Sue 
Millet, Aleta 
Millican, Pamela 
Monk. Barbara 

Montgomery, Jerilyn 
Moody. Joyce 
Moore, Kay 
Moring, Carol 
Morris, Baxter 
Morris, David 

Moses. Gail 
Moss, Sandra 

Mouledous, Denise 
Munn, SKauna 
Naul. Bernie 
Nellis, Carlan 

Nelson, Timothy 
Netterville, Martha 
Newman, James 
Newman, Martha 
Newman, Richard 
Noel. Leopold 

Noel, Tommy 
Demand, Stephen 
O'Dowd, Lynn 
O'Ouin, John 
Othold, Becky 
Ourto. Nancy 

Palazzo, Melanie 
Palmer, Joel 
Parham, Marie 
Peraino, Anthony 
Perrin, Joseph 
Perry, Laura 

Petersen, Sharon 
Philebar, Nancy 
Phillips. Emily 
Phillips, Susan 
Picard, Glenn 
Picou, Larke 

Pierce. Janice 
PiHz, Barry 
PHre, Michael 
Pitts, James 
Polidore, Roman 
Ponder, Lee 

Ponvifle, Minos 
Pool*, Barbara 
Pope. Christopher 
Porche, Deirdre 
Poret. John 
Portwood. John 

Pouncey, Patricia 
Prestridge, Monica 
Prevost, James 
Pugh, Harold 
Pugh, John 
Puyau, Stephen 

Quintas. Jean 
Raby, Joyce 
Rachal, Rebecca 
Rachel, Glenn 
Rerford. Richard 
Railey, Douglas 

Rambo, Deborah 
Reed, Brent 
Reese, Joni 
Reese, Donna 
Reid, John 
Reno, Fred 



Mangham 

Barksdale AFB 

Baton Rouge 

Gonzales 

Houston, Tex. 

Homer 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Lockport 

New Orleans 

Ba strop 

Mansfield 

Shreveport 

San Antonio, Tex. 

Harahan 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

San Antonio, Tex. 

Coushatta 

Bogalusa 

PineviDe 

Bogalusa 

Baton Rouge 

Abbeville 

Baton Rouge 
Reserve 
New Orleans 
Metairie 
Laplace 
Metairie 

Metairie 
Many 

MoreauviHe 

New Orleans 

Ponchatoula 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Jennings 

Houston 

Lake Charles 

Houma 

Baton Rouge 

Greenville, Ms. 

Raceland 

Plaquemine 

Franklin 

Natch itoches 

Franklin 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Houma 

Baton Rouge 

Zachary 

Ville Platte 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 
Franklin 
New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Gonzales 

Shreveport 

Mansura 

Statesville. N.C. 
New Orleans 

Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 

Gueydan 

Clarks 

Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 



173 



Reynolds, Lynn 
Richard, Francis 
Rigdon, Laurie 
Ristroph, Don 
Ritchie, Ewen 
Roach, Ruth 

Rodrigue, John 
Rodriguez, Jonathan 
Rogers, Nancy 
Rountree, Mary 
Rousseau, Angela 
Roussell, Joyce 

Roy, Nancy 
Russell, Jane 
Russo, Camille 
St. Romain, Judy 
Salassi, Eugene 
Sanchez, Robert 

Savoie, Anthony 
Sayre, Bill 
Scancariato, Joe 
Schmieder, Guy 
Schroyer, Kim 
Schwager, Robert 

Scivicque, Stephanie 
Seaton, Merry 
Seberle, Brian 
Shaw, Dan 
Sherman, Stephen 
Sills, Susan 

Simoneaux, Doody 
Simmons, Susan 
Simmons, Wallace 
Simmons, William 
Sims, Brenda 
Smilie, Bruce 



Baton Rouge 

Gretna 

Winnfield 

Plaquemine 

Baton Rouge 

Metairie 

Belle Rose 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Alexandria 

Baton Rouge 

Harvey 

Baton Rouge 

Marrero 

Donaldsonville 

Lake Charles 

Welsh 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Galliano 
Monroe 

Highland, N. Y. 

Baton Rouge 

Slidell 

Granite City, II. 

Baton Rouge 
Monroe, Wise. 
Yonkers, N. Y. 

Baton Rouge 
Columbia 

Belle Chasse 

Baton Rouge 

Metairie 

Jena 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 



I A 





174 




Smith, Caiwell 
Smith, Cynthia 
Smith, Danna 
Smith, Janet 
Smith. Michael 
Smith, Susan 

Spann, Lydia 
Spivey. Nora 
Stafford. Carol 
Stalling*, Hugh 
Stanley, Nina 
Stein, Timothy 

otein, Wayne 
Stellman. Shelley 
Steptoe. LaVelt 
Sterling, Linda 
Sternberger, Nancy 
Stevens. Alfred 

Stevens, Susan 
Stewart. Bizabeth 
Stubbs, Kathy 
Talbot, Gerald 
Talley, Nancy 
Tannehill, George 

Tassin, Danny 
Taylor. Carla 
Taylor, Linda 
Templet, Vanessa 
Terrebonne, Andree 
Tessier, Marcelle 

Theisen, Nancy 
Thomas, Ann 
Thomas, David 
Thomas, Patricia 
Thompson, Brian 
Thompson, Jane 

Touchstone, Lia 
Trahan, James 
Tremonte, Nick 
Treuting. Marie 
TripUtt. Beverly 
Troth. Judy 

Tucker, Debbie 
Tucker, Rodney 
Tuminello, Mary 
Turner, Angela 
Turner, James 
Turner, Sally 

Usner, John 
Vanderberg, Charles 
Vanderbrook, Donald 
Verbois. Jeri 
Verdun. David 
Verrett. Denise 

Vicari, Pam 
Vidaurreta, Alicia 
Villemarelle, AHvyn 
Vutera, N. Denise 
Waldron. Robert 
Waldrup, Virgil 

Walker, Candyce 
Walker, Delphia 
Walker, Harry 
Walker, Katherine 
Wallace, Carol 
Wallace, Richard 

Wascom, Malcolm 
Washington, Emily 
Watson, Cynthia 
Webb. Martha 
Wegener, Kevin 
Wells, Valarie 



Metairie 
Baton Rouge 

Zachary 
Pride 

New Orleans 
New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 
Houston, Tex. 
Denham Springs 
New Orleans 
New Orleans 
New Orleans 



Marrero 

Shreveport 

Kentwood 

Baton Rouge 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Winnfield 

Mount Olive, Ms. 

Winter Haven. Ra. 

Greenwell Springs 

New Orleans 

Jonesboro 

Winnfield 

Alexandria 

Mourns 

Baton Rouge 

Goniales 

Marrero 

Abbeville 

Palos Verdes. Ca. 

New Orleans 

Decatur, II. 

Baton Rouge 

Hinsdale, II. 

Ola 

Shreveport 

Lake Arthur 

Lake Charles 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Zachary 

Baton Rouge 

Bogalusa 

Gretna 

Donaldsonville 

Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Pineville 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Houston, Tex. 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Bunkie 

Baton Rouge 
Metairie 
Bogalusa 

New Iberia 

New Orleans 

Beaumont, Tex. 

Jeanerette 

Minden 

Osyka. Ms. 

hnT. Mormon 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 



175 



Wesley, Cathy 
Whitaker, Evelyn 
Wight, George 
Williams, John 
Williams, Joseph 
Williams, Perry 

Williams, Veronica 
Willis, David 
Willis, Judy 
Wills, Joyce 
Wilson, Sandra 
Winn, Frank 

Winters, James 
Woodward, Tracey 
Worthen, Mark 
Wright, Sharon 
Yoe, Kathryn 
Youngblood, Debbie 



McHenry, Ann 



Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 

Franklin 
Gibsland 

Jackson 

New Roads 

New Orleans 

Walker 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Tylertown, Ms. 

Kentwood 

Basking Ridge, N. J. 
Austin, Tx. 

Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 

Baton Rouge 

Metairie 



Pineville 




V-i. 4 





University College is the most unique of LS.U.'s twelve 
major schools and colleges. It has something for everyone 
from specialized short courses to general curriculum for full- 
time students. As LS.U.'s fastest growing college, Univer- 
sity College is suffering growing pains, but with its ever 
increasing enrollment. University College has academic 
freedom (no foreign language requirement, among other 
things) and so long as it remains the only college where stu- 
dents decide their own academic fate, it will continue to 
grow and prosper. 

Sam Breen 



UNIVERSITY 
COLLEGE 






177 



Andries, Dana 
Attaway, Cynthia 
Berry, William 
Bezou, John 
Brackin, Tryve 
Brewer, Karl 

Broach, William F. 
Brown, Mark 
Buckingham, Neil 
Brown, Tom 
Buckley, John 
Bullock, Lindsey 

Burchell, Paulette 
Butler, James 
Calandro, V. Michael 
Campbell, Frank 
Carr, John 
Chaney, Courtland 

Cleveland, Benjamin 
Cloppas, Gary 
Cohen, Francine 
Couvilllon, Gene 
Cox, Douglas 
Croissant, William 

Daily, Billy 
Davidson, Byron 
DeBen, John 
DiBenedetto, Frank 
Douglas, Ed 
Erickson, Joan 

Finn, Patricia 
Forbes, Walker 
Ford, David 
Frey, M. Jane 
Galler, George 
Goodwin, Joe 

Grantham, Stnaley 
Guidry, Robert 
Hall, Stanley 
Halphen, Maribel 
Hamilton, Stan 
Hawkins, Sanford 

Hobbs, Richard 
Hughes, Bennie 
Kirkpatrick, Robert 
Kring, Donald 
Lautner, Gerald 
LoBue, David 

Lyle, James 
MacMurdo, James 
Mallory, Patricia 
Malry, Sondera 
Matheny, Jeff 
Mayeux, Robert 

McCampbell, William 
McDonald, Thad 
McGee, Don 
McGee, Joan 
McGrew, Maureen 
Mettz. Kay 

Michael, Greg 
Miller, Barbara 
Mooke, Steven 
Monachello, Steven 
Mows, Thomas 
Murphy, Jerri 

Murray, James 
Newsham, Thomas 
O'Neil, John 
Ory, Thomas 
Paez, Leon 
Payton, Frances 



Senior 

Junior 

Freshman 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Junior 
Senior 
Junior 
Junior 
Junior 
Senior 

Junior 
Junior 
Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Junior 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Senior 

Junior 

Freshman 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Freshman 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Junior 
Junior 
Senior 



Baton Rouge 

Abbeville 

Baker 

New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 

Alexandria 

Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 

Lafayette 

Alexandria 

Greenwell Springs 

New Orleans 

Canaan, N.Y. 

Reserve 

Baton Rouge 
Houston, Tex. 

Baton Rouge 

Alexandria 

Colorado Springs, Co. 

New Orleans 

Baton Rouge 

Cheneyville 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

New Orleans 

Port Allen 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

W. Allenhurst, N.J. 

Baton Rouge 

DeRidder 

Baton Rouge 

Bastrop 

La Camp 

Long Beach, Miss. 

Baton Rouge 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

Panama 

Baton Rouge 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Baton Rouge 
Livingston 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Plaquemine 

Shreveport 
Baton Rouge 
DeRidder 
Shreveport 
Greenwell Springs 
Chalmette 

Alexandria 
Baton Rouge 
Palmetto 
Eunice 

Baton Rouge 
Shreveport 

Kenner 
Baton Rouge 
Leesville 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 

Hammond 
Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 
Harvey 

Venezuela 
Baton Rouge 



Off 




178 




Pierce, Karen 
Piper, Larry 
Prechter, Kat 
Reddoch, Thomas 
Rigg, Ruth 
Ringswald, Eugene 

Rogillio, Richard 
Ross, William 
Santo*, Leslie 
Sawyer, A. Blair 
Shackleton, Ralph 
Sharpe, Bill 

Silk, Robert 
Smith, Claudette 
Stephens, J. Greg 
Stracener, Carol 
Tarpley, Eddie 
Trahan, Pamela 

Turner. Bill 
LValdor. Luis 
Vanner, Maggie 
Walder, Norman 
Webb, Dale 
Whiteside. Karen 

Wilbert, John 
Williamson, Karla 
Wright, Edgar 
Young, Glenn 



Senior 
Senior 
Junior 
Senior 
Senior 
Freshman 

Senior 
Junior 
Junior 
Senior 
Senior 
Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Senior 



Baton Rouge 

Princeton 

New Orleans 

Nairn 

Metairie 

Baker 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Tioga 

Kenmore, N.Y. 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Natchitrash 

Chicago, II. 

Houston, Tex. 

Baton Rouge 

Pollock 

Mobile. Ala. 

Mansfield 

Puerto Rico 

Baton Rouge 

Epps 

Baton Rouge 
Nederland, Tex. 

Plaquemine 

Metairie 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 




17V 



SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 






WuZoo 

Sometimes I wonder if it's really worth it 

The solitary hours spent in practice rooms, 

Alone with the music on spring afternoons 

When it would have been so nice to go for a walk 

Or maybe just to sit outside in the sun 

Then I start comparing my little talent 

With that of those who have won 

And even of those who haven't; 

My pitiful stream of ambition is close to being consumed 

In that ocean where so many dreams of performance 

have drowned. 
But I keep on because 
Somebody has to make it 
So why shouldn't it be me? 
Anon. 



180 








Bishop, David 
Bohrer, Stephanie 
Buquoi, Larry 
Byrnes, Aimee 
Clarke, Nancy 
Guess, William 

Harkins, Debbie 
Harris, Joyce 
Kauk, Cheryl 
Lalanne. Rose 
Lauderdale, Lynn* 
McLean, Marcia 

Phares, Frances 
Rogers, Donna 
Russell, Gail 
Scott, Gary 
Simmons, Dale 
Simmons, Michael 

Smith, Karin 
Steele, Beverly 
Sublett, Virginia 
Welch, Linda 
Wood, Joyce 



Senior 
Junior 
Senior 
Junior 
Junior 
Senior 

Freshman 

Freshman 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Sophomore 

Senior 

Sophomore 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Graduate 



Pass Christian, Miss. 

Abbeville 

Baker 

New Orleans 

New Orleans 

Brookhaven, Miss. 

Baton Rouge 
Ferriday 
Baton Rouge 
Lake Charles 
New Orleans 
Baton Rouge 

Jackson, Miss. 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Keithville 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 
New Orleans 
Kansas City, Kansas 
Baton Rouge 
Baton Rouge 










Itl 









^^IBBBi 




182 





MILITARY 






N 

i 



(3 




WuZoo 



CORP STAFF 



1. Col. Daniel 

2. Bruce Bennett 

3. Debby Robert 

4. Lynn Stephenson 

5. Col. Butler 

6. Dean Roy 

7. Danny Moore 

8. Tim Maddox 

9. Dale Aguillard 

10. Jay Gulotta 

1 1. David Lindsay 

12. Warren Byrd 

1 3. Richard Ware 




184 






BRIGADE AND WING STAFF 




1. Bill Pourciau 

2. George Catalino 

3. Earl Roth 

4. John Todd 

5. Tandy McClanahan 

6. Janet Bezdelc 

7. Janet Raymond 

8. Bob Meredith 

9. Mike Harson 

10. Gary Grest 

11. Bill Taylor 

12. Kent Liliedehl 



13. Blair Tighe 

14. Tim Tate 

15. Don Carlos 

16. Rodney Russell 

17. H. D. Melton 

18. Ronald Foster 

19. Alan Kliebert 

20. Dick Hazel 

21. James Robert 

22. Hal White 

23. James Straughn 




its 



LEFT TO RISHT: 

Nancy Sage, commander 

Ellen Guglielmo, exec, officer 

Maj. Wallace Mitchell, adviser 

Judy Perry 

Colleen May 

Susan Marcus 

Martha Cook 

Barbara Lorio 

Linda Crescionne 

Claudia Hanbury 

Jane Peek 

Barbara Hardaway 

Candy Jessup 

Marilyn Lipnick 

Nancy Hardaway 

Patricia Hawkins 

Cookie Perkins 

Janet Ursery 

Betsy Harwood 

Frances Pace 

Helen Selser 

Cate Curtis, adm. officer 

Lynn LaBreche 

Cindy Burns 

Cathy Fry 

Joanie Switzer 

Suzie Dodson 

Ann Middleton, comptroller 

Lynn Haase 

Debbie Bourgeoise 

Adrienne Fontenot 

Celia Congelosi 

Sharon Farmer 

Yvonne Sandoz 

Debbie Dupuy 

Rita Echols 

Melanie Jarrell 

Sue Traschen 

Donna Biggers 

OUTA SIGHT: 

Jeanette Karam 

Candy Hood 

Lucy Borne 

Patsy Pierson 

Heddie Ohlmeyer 

Kay Guidry 

Suzy Hiegel 

Imogene Baker 





ANGEL FLIGHT 



186 





117 



ARNOLD 
AIR SOCIETY 





1. Don May 

2. Grant Bultman 

3. David Terrio 

4. Randy Falcon 

5. Keith Shuford 

6. Bill Pedeaux 

7. Richard Lieber 

8. Melvin Earnhart 

9. Allen Kliebert 
10. Ron Clisham 

I I . Keith Paxton 

12. George Sceets 

13. Kenneth Chatelain 



14. Danny Willems 

15. Ronny Landry 

16. Daniel Fontenot 

17. Jack Jessup 

18. Chuck Dement 

19. Chuck Kolb 

20. John Russell 

21. Emil Brupbacher 

22. Michael Cunha 

23. John Roy 

24. Scotty Chaisson 

25. Thomas Landry 

26. Maj. Wallace Mitchell, adviser 



27. Louis Lancaster 

28. Christopher Ranlett 

29. Don Carloss 

30. David Romero 

31. George Busby 

32. Kern Arceneaux 

OFF IN THE WILD BLUE YONDER: 

Keith Dugas 

James Barrus 

Dwight Taylor 

H. L. Brooks 

John Auwaeter 

Fred Sullivan 



188 



SCABBARD AND BLADE 




: - 




1. H. D. Melton 

2. Don Touchet 

3. Bill Turner 

4. Andy Scott. Captain 

5. David Lindsay 

6. Gene Roth 

7. Jay Gulotta 

8. Capt. Carter. Adv. 

9. Buddy Blackwell 

10. Roger Robichaux 

11. Jay Kacho. 2nd Lt. 

12. Butch Norchauer. 1st Sgt. 

13. Tommy Teepel 

14. Dale WiHard 

15. Maj. Miller. Adviser 

16. Mark Anderson 

1 7. Ben Guglielmo, Sponsor 



18. Bob Meredith 

19. Steve Raymond 

20. Ron Fournet 

21. Randy McClanhan 

22. Mike Cain 

23. Blair Tighe 

24. John Rives 
AWOL: 
Harry Hufft 

Jeff Hollier, 1st Lt. 
Ray Tomkins 
Fred Harper 
Leroy Kirby 
William Henry 
Wesely Arnold 
Craig Taylor 






1 . Peggy Cross 

2. Laura Mills 

3. Mary Helen Burns 

4. Gloria Polito 

5. April Blackburn 

6. Karen Prevost 

7. Jeanne Fourrier 

8. Claudette LeBlanc 

9. Pam Davis 

10. Brenda Altazin 

I I. Suzanne Mouledous 

12. Foxy Scherer 

13. Ann Haines 

14. Betsy McCord 

15. Diane Gravel 

16. Katy Patton 

17. Laurie Weatherby 

18. Chris Barnes 

19. Mimi Bruce 

20. Fran Phares 

21. Karen Stoutes 

22. Sally Craig 

23. Kathy Chance 

24. Gina Roy 

25. Barbara Shaw 

26. Gretchen Ohlmeyer 

27. Janine Walters 

28. Diane Peek 

29. Susan Peek 

30. Florence Turner 

3 1 . Sara Allen 

32. Sheridan Kelly 

33. Denise Meyer 

34. Mary K. Robinson 

35. Lynn Bosworth 

36. Ann Early 

37. Phyllis Owen 

38. Susan Phillips 

39. Becky Fulghum 

40. Jackie Presley 

41. Jennifer Gibbs 

42. Jan Koepp 

43. Corinne Helm 







SCOTCH GUARD 




190 



PERSHING RIFLES 





1. John Johnson 

2. SGM Broaddus 

3. Scotty Chaisson 

4. Grant Bultman 

5. Ken Williams 

6. Jeff French 

7. Russ McGlasslon 

8. Capt. Willis 

9. lona Landry 

10. Sammy Lathrum 

I I . Buddy Blaclcwell 

12. Howard Charlton 

13. William Sewell 

14. Johnny Duncan 

15. Clifford Rabilais 



192 



AFFILIATIONS 






UBS 



KARATE CLUB 





1. John Livingston 

2. John Artus 

3. Tim Hamilton 

4. Paul Maddocks 

5. Unidentified 

6. Steve McConnell 

7. Ricky Schlottmann 

8. Jacques Grant 

9. Unidentified 

10. Christine Angelloz 

11. Unidentified 

12. Doug Le Blanc 



1 3. David Andrews 

14. Leon Sill 

15. Ulrich Cordon 

16. Larry Chambers 

17. Unidentified 

18. Reed Chambers 

19. Vic Summers 

20. Susan Granzin 

2 1 . Joe Thompson 
NOT PICTURED: 
Stratton Kearns 



194 




HARAMBE 



1. Larry Dennis 

2. Michael Baker 

3. James Louis 

4. Louis Smith 

5. Reginald Laurarrt 

6. Marshall Webb 

7. Harold Desselle 

8. Jerry Marcellos 

9. Sylvia Yougn 

10. Horene Mason 

11. (Catherine Miller 

12. Gregory Burchel 

13. Linda Reed 

14. Irma Muse 

15. Gregory Hamilton 

16. Paulette Clark 



1 7. Shirrl Patterson 

18. Joseph Patin 

19. Georgia Grayer 

20. Jim Brown 

21. Sandra Compton 

22. Frank Porter 

23. Bridget Matthews 

24. Toussaint Battfey 

25. John Adams 

26. Timothy Hardy 

27. Romel Wrenn 

28. John Moody 

29. Joyce Moody 

30. Jackie Burnett 

31. Isacc Brown 




BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 




EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 
STANDING (Left to right): 

1. Cindy Harrison 

2. Jimmy Decker 

3. Sheridan Kelly 

4. Keith Morgan 

5. Danny Jowers 

6. Cheryl Stewart 

7. Wil McCall 
SITTING (Left to right): 

1. Martha Jane McCauly 

2. Steve Meelcs 

3. Jean Morgan 

4. Trudy Hanson 

5. Mary Francis Riggin 




196 




UP THE LEFT: Marian Habbai, Gail Pushleer, Sheri Eisen, Lee Lashover, Janet Greenburg, Debi Akchin, Scott McKee, Bobby Chapman, 
Mike Kleban. ACROSS THE MIDDLE: Srsan Gardsbahe, Jay Joseph, Andrea Salti, Glenn Lowitz. UP THE LEFT: Harold Pesses, Mary 
Stone, Ellen Finltelstein, Morris Bart, Ralph Bender, Linda Forrest, Barry Piltz, Marvin Rubenstein. 



HILLEL FOUNDATION 



SCUBA CLUB 



LEFT TO RIGHT: 

1. Don Redmond, treas. 

2. Bill Burke 

3. Larry Burch 

5. Brian Seberle 

6. Patrick Magee, pros. 

7. Peggy Lanoux, sec. 

8. Deborah Kelly 

9. KathyTulley 
NOT PICTURED: 
Bernie Life, v. pres. 
Dr. Malcolm Patterson 
Arthur Cerniglia 
Robert McAfee 

Bill Cox 
Margo Moore 
Warren Mermilloid 
Steve Trammel 
Dr. Clyde Moore 
Ken Picou 
Steve Arcenaux 
and many, many more 




KAPPA EPSILON 



CHRISTIAN 
ORGANIZATION 



TOP ROW (Left to right): 

1. Dr. R. L Miller 

2. Timothy Zerinque 

3. Ronald Smith 

4. Gary Hamilton 

ON BENCH (Left to right): 

1. Theodore Miller 

2. James Simmons 




198 






HO'S CU80 



HULTBERG, JAN ELLEN. Average: 3.508. Date of 
Graduation: December, 1972. College: Education. 
Activities: Alpha Xi Delta Social Sorority Highest 
Average in Pledge Class, Social Chairman, Pledge 
Trainer; Dean's List; Press Council Representative; 
Panhellenic Secretary, Vice-President, President; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Alpha Eta; Mortar 
Board; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Mu Sigma Rho; Phi 
Kappa Phi. 




PAGE 332 



YOUNG, GLYNN ANDREW, JR. Aver- 
age: 3.172. Date of Graduation: May, 
1973. College: Arts and Sciences. Activi- 
ties: MDA Representative; Freshman 
Honor Award; Theta Xi Social Fraternity 
Steward, Assistant Newsletter Editor, 
Outstanding Pledge, Quiz Bowl Team 2 
years, Songfest, Treasurer, President, 
Newsletter Editor; Correspondent to 
National Publication (The Unicorn) and 
Meritorious Reporter by Unicorn, Alter- 
nate to National Convention; Centennial 
Honor Award, 3 years; Sigma Delta Chi, 3 
years; Council of Arts and Sciences; Rev- 
eille Reporter and News Editor; Reporter 
for Morning Advocate. 




PAGE 455 



LEVITAN, THOMAS. Average: 3.366. Date of Graduation: May, 1973. College: 
Arts and Sciences. Activities: Union Current Events Committee, Lyceum Area 
Coordinator, Vice-President for Program, President; SGA Free University 
Chairman; LSU Vietnam Moratorium Steering Committee; Alumni Scholar; Baton 
Rouge ACLU Executive Committee; Centennial Scholar; LSU Performing Arts 
Committee; SGA Assembly Off-Campus Representative; LSU Campus Council 
on Minorities; College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Courses and Curriculum 
Committee (Student Member); Assembly Center Policy Committee; SGA 
Research Grant Committee; College of Arts and Sciences Advisory Committee 
(Student Member); ODK. 



FONTENOT, DOWELL RAY. Average: 
2.940. Date of Graduation: May, 1973. 
College: Business Administration. Activi- 
ties: Board of Supervisors Scholarship; 
Inter-Campus Exchange; Pi Tau Pi; Free 
University Chairman; Marketing Club; 
Cinema Committee; High School Rela- 
tions Volunteer; Quiz Bowl Participant; 
Treen Youth Worker; Vice-President for 
Finance of Union; Chairman of Governing 
Board Committee For By-Law Revision; 
Member of Jam-Jam Committee. 




PAGE 206 



RIGBY, BRENDA COLLEEN. Average: 3.229. Date of Graduation: August, 1973. 
College: Arts and Sciences. Activities: Alpha Phi Song Chairman, Quarterly 
Correspondent; Union Affairs and Leisure Entertainment Committees, Chair- 
man Creative Talent Committee; Editorial Assistant for Alumni News Magazine; 




PAGE 149 



BRUCE, MARGARET IRMA. Average: 
3.461. Date of Graduation: December, 
1972. College: Engineering. Activities: 
Alpha Lambda Delta; IEEE; Eta Kappa Nu 

Vice-President, President; Tau Beta Pi 

Secretary; Member of Engineering 
Council; Freshman Advisor; Dean's List; 
First woman to receive a Louisiana Engi- 
neering Scholarship given by the Women's 
Auxiliary to Louisiana Engineering Society; 
Louisisana Player's Guild; Mortar Board; 
Phi Mu Epsilon; Phi Kappa Phi. 



ARCENEAUX, MARTIN THOMAS. Aver- 
age: 3.853. Date of Graduation: Decem- 
ber, 1972. College: Business Administra- 
tion. Activities: Sigma Nu Social Frater- 
nity Outstanding Pledge, Pledge Presi- 
dent, Alumni Contact Officer, Treasurer, 
Commander (President), National Staff; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Centennial Grant; Special 
Assistant to Business Administration Coun- 
cil; Pi Tau Pi Vice-President; Student 
Communications Media Board Chair- 
man, Policy Committee; President, College 
of Business Administration; Student 
Assembly, College Projects Committee; 
IFC, Chairman for Lake Fraternities; 
Coordinator, Conference on Minority 
Training & Developement; Beta Gamma 
Sigma, Speaker at National Convention; 




PAGE 272 






BENNETT, BRUCE CHARLES. Average: 3.350. Date 
of Graduation: May, 1973. College: Law. Activities: 
AFROTC Corps Commander; LSU Air Cadets Com- 
mander and Glee Club; Dorm Counselor; Arnold Air 
Society (Honorary Military); LSU Alumni Federation 
Scholarship; Society of American Military Engineers; 
Outstanding Freshman and Sophomore; AFROTC; 
Centennial Honor Award, 3 years; AFROTC Com- 
mandant's Award; AF Times Award; President's 
Medal; LSU ROTC Corps Commander; ODK. 




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PAGE 330 



OWENS, BETTY RUTH. Aver- 
age: 3.247. Date of Gradua- 
tion: May, 1973. College: Edu- 
cation. Activities: Delta Delta 
Delta Social Sorority Assist- 
ant Treasurer, Pledge Trainer, 
Vice-President, National Publi- 
cations Correspondent; Student 
Louisiana Teachers Association 
Secretary; SGA College 
of Education Representative, 
Travel Committee; College of 
Education President; Louisiana 
Players Guild; Sons and Daugh- 
ters of LSU Alumni Scholarship; 
Mortar Board Historian; 
University Committee on Com- 
mencement Exercises; Student 
Communication Media Board, 
Policy and Planning Committee; 
Kappa Delta Epsilon. 



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LEBLANC. CLAUDETTE MARIE. Aver- 
age: 3.267. Date of Graduation: May. 
1973. College: Education. Activities: Pi 
Beta Phi Social Sorority Outstanding 
Sophomor* and Junior. Assistant Pledge 
Trainer, President; Sigma Alpha Eta; 
Scotch Guard Rush Co-chairman, Pub- 
Tic Relation! Officer; SGA ATM Repre- 
sentative; Louisiana Player's Guild; LSU 
Freshman Honors Award; Dean's List; Big 
Buddy Program; Motar Board; Kappa 
Delta Epsilon; National Student Speech 
and Hearing Association; Baton Rouge 
National Student Speech and Hearing 
Association Secretary. 



POURCIAU. KERRY LOUIS. Average: 
2.371. Date of Graduation: May. 1973. 
College: Arts and Sciences. Activities: 
Louisiana Player's Guild. 3 Semesters; 
Member Public Relations Committee. 2 
Semesters; Colunmist, Dairy ReveJU; Rev- 
eilte Staff, 2 years; Union Program Coun- 
cil; Social Affairs Area Coordinator. 
Entertainment Area Coordinator; Chair- 
man, Freshman Festival; Harambe, Public 
Relations Committee Chairman; Director, 
LSU Tutorial Program; Chancellor's Com- 
mittee on Campus Minorities; Chancellor's 
Committee on Academic Planning; SGA 
President; Board Member, Louisiana Judi- 
ciary Review; Outstanding Young Man In 
America; Athletic Council; Sigma Delta 
Chi; Theta Alpha Phi; Gumbo Staff; Stu- 
dent Member, Academic Affairs Commit- 
tee; State Library Commission. 







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ROBERT. DEB6Y NAN. Average: 2.765. 
Date of Graduation: August. 1973. Col- 
lege: Music. Activities: LSU A Cappefla 
Choir; Sigma Alpha lota Treasurer; 
Students of the States Singing Group 
Sweetheart; Angel Right; LSU Opera The- 
ater; Broadmoor Baptist Church, Director 
of Junior Choir, Soloist, Assistant Organ- 
ist; Miss Louisiana of 1972; Official Hospi- 
tality Hostess for Louisiana; Modeling; TV 
and Radio Commercials; Physical Therapy 
Aid; Directed Musical Style Shows; Enter- 
tained at Various Civic and Professional 
Functions; National Finalist in Miss Amer- 
ica Contest 1972; Baptist Student Union 
Campus Relations Chairman, Center 
Council Secretary; AFROTC Chorus 
Accompanist, Corps Staff Sponsor; Repre- 
sentative from LSU Mid-Winter Confer- 
ence of Reserve Officers Convention in 
Washington; Guest Speaker for College 
Emphasis at Glorietta, New Mexico; Mu 
Alpha Sigma. 



HAMILTON, LEO CHARLES. Average: 
2.612. Date of Graduation: May. 1973. 
College: Arts and Sciences. Activities: 
Harambe, President for 2 years; SGA. 
Department of Research and Information; 
Council on Campus Minorities, Committee 
Chairman; University Court; Governing 
Board of Wesley Foundation; Harambe 
House Corporation (President); Chairmen 
of Committee on Athletics; SGA Presi- 
dent's Cabinet; A Cappella Choir for 2 
years. 




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CRANE. JEFFREY DAVID. Average: 2.608. Date of 
Graduation: August, 1973. College: Business Admin- 
istration. Activities: LSU Freshman Honor Award 
Scholarship; SGA Legislative Liaison Committee; 
Men's Dorm Association Section Representative; 
Dorm Counselor for Freshmen; Assistant to SGA 
Administrative Vice-President; Sr. Counselor for Gra- 
ham-Pentagon Dorms, 2 years; SGA Council on Con- 
sumer Affairs; Co-Chairman of Committee to Evalu- 
ate Dorm Counselors' Pay; Summer Term-Chief 
Counselor for Men's Dormitories; Student Member of 
Code of Student Conduct Hearings. 2 years; LSU 
Management Club (information). 



SAPPENFIELD, ROBERT EDWIN. Average: 3.786. 
Date of Graduation: May. 1973. College: Arts and 
Sciences. Activities: Advanced standing starred 
as a Sophomore nearly a year early; Delta Tau Delta 
Pledge Class Treasurer, IFC Representative, Rep- 
resentative to Press Council, Managing Editor IFC 
Newspaper; Delta Tau Delta Charity Marathon. 
1st Vice President Jr. and Sr. Years; IFC Record- 
ing Secretary Sophomore and Jr. Years; IFPC Repre- 
sentative; Public Relations Coordinator for 71; Union 
OU'B Bowl Committee and Outstanding Committee 
Worker; Phi Eta Sigma; President's List (4.0). Sopho- 
more and Jr. years; Alumni Federation Scholarship, 
National Merit; Honors Division; College Council, 
Arts and Sciences, 2 years; Freshman Honor Award; 
Fraternity Representative to SGA; SGA High School 
Relations Director; Public Relations Chairman; Stu- 
dent Representative to Faculty Committee on Stu- 
dent Organizations; ODK; Phi Alpha Theta; LSU 
Nominee for the Danforth Fellowship. 




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HAMPDEN. KEITH ALEXANDER. Average: 3.294. 
Date of Graduation: May. 1973. College: Agricul- 
ture. Activities: Freshman and Sophomore years at 
Guyana School of Agriculture; Soccer Captain; 
Member of Cricket, Debating, and Tennis (ping- 
pong) teams; Games Organizer, Student Council; 
Member, Track Team; LSU Soccer Team Scholarship; 
Honors Graduate; Voted best all around student; 
Nominated as member of Soccer Team; Member of 
South American Team at LSU International Olym- 
pics; Participant in Big Buddy and Little Buddy Pro- 
gram in Baton Rouge; Co-chairman, LSU Interna- 
tional Advisory Council; International Student Schol- 
arship Award; Representative of LSU Soccer Club on 
International Advisory Council; Participating in Hon- 
orary Citizen Program for Baton Rouge; Member of 
Guyana National Soccer Team. 



WHITTEM. JAMES BRIAN. Average: 2.95. Date of 
Graduation: August. 1973. College: Arts and Sci- 
ences. Activities: Managing Editor, Editorial Assist- 
ant, and Columnist for the Dairy Reveille; Sigma 
Delta Chi, (Professional Journalistic Society). Tree- 
surer, Freedom of Information Committee Chairman; 
LSU Press Council. Vice-Chairman; LSU School of 
Journalism Student-Faculty Council; Communication 
Workers of American Scholarship; Delta Staff; Con- 
tributor to Delta and Gumbo; Dean's List; First 
Place. Louisiana College Writer's Society; ODK; 
Marine Corps Sergeant and Vietnam Veteran. 




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McCORD, ELIZABETH PRICE. Average: 3.431. Date 
of Graduation: May, 1973. College: Education. 
Activities: Chi Omega Social Sorority Activities 
Chairman, Chaplain; Alpha Lambda Delta; Mu 
Sigma Rho; Scotch Guard Commander; ROTC 
Sponsor; Student Louisiana Teachers Association; 
Union Tours and Trips; Dean's List; Mortar Board. 



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HIEGEL, SUSANNE CATHERINE. Average: 3.100. 
Date of Graduation: May, 1973. College: Arts and 
Sciences. Activities: Alpha Delta Pi Social Sorority 
Executive Board, Assistant Rush Chairman; Sigma 
Delta Chi Membership Committee Chairman; 
Theta Sigma Phi; Angel Flight; LSU Press Council; 
Gumbo Managing Editor, Greek and Organiza- 
tions Section Editor; Daily Reveille Reporter; Mortar 
Board Treasurer; Order of the Lampshade; Dele- 
gate to Collegiate Press Association. 





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SHEA, JERRY EUGENE, JR. Average: 2.885. Date 
of Graduation: December, 1972. College: Engineer- 
ing. Activities: Louisiana Land and Exploration Schol- 
arship, 4 years; High School Honors Scholarship; 
Dean's List, 3 Semesters; Delta Tau Delta Assist- 
ant Treasurer, Outstanding Pledge Athletic Award, 
Treasurer, Big Brother-Little Brother Scholarship 
Award, President, IFC Representative, Voting Dele- 
gate to DTD Southern Division Conference, Rush 
Chairman; IFC Rush Co-chairman, Rush Commit- 
tee Member; Outstanding Freshman in Petroleum 
Engineering; Pi Epsilon Tau Award; Member Christ 
the King Chapel, 4 years; AFROTC; 4.0 Average in 
ROTC Courses; Member LSU-AIME, 3 years; IFAC 
Football All Star Team Member, 2 years; Chevron 
Oil Co. Scholarship. 



MEREDITH, ROBERT FREDERICK, III. Average: 
4.000. Date of Graduation: May, 1973. College: 
Engineering. Activities: Louisiana Land and Explora- 
tion Company Scholarship, 4 years; Pi Epsilon Tau 
Outstanding Freshman; Pi Eta Sigma; Freshman 
Scholarship; Centennial Honor Award, 3 years; 
Petroleum Equipment Supplier's Association Scholar- 
ship, 2 years; President's Medal (Army ROTC); 
AIME, President; Phi Kappa Phi Outstanding Junior; 
Army ROTC Brigade Commander, Cadet Colonel; 
Tau Beta Pi, Treasurer; Scabbard and Blade; Pi Epsi- 
lon Tau, Vice-President; Omicron Delta Kappa. 




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KLEINPETER, BARBARA ANN. Average: 3.336. 
Date of Graduation: May, 1973. College: Arts and 
Sciences. Activities: Theta Sigma Phi; Sigma Delta 
Chi; Member of School of Journalism Student-Fac- 
ulty Council; Student Representative on Arts and 
Sciences Admissions Committee; SGA Council on 
Consumer Affairs; Daily Reveille Editorial Assist- 
ant, Reporter, News Editor Summer, 1972, Managing 
Editor Fall, 1972; Mortar Board; Lester J. Williams 
Memorial Award for Outstanding Reporter 1971-72; 
LSU Press Council. 



HILL, DEBRA JOAN. Average: 2.979. Date of Grad- 
uation: May, 1973. College: Arts and Sciences. 
Activities: Theta Sigma Phi; Reveille; Sigma Delta 
Chi; Delta Sigma Theta President; Mortar Board; 
Harambe; Louisiana Player's Guild; LSU Foundation 
Scholarship. 




AKCHIN, DON ALLEN. Average: 3.674. Date of 
Graduation: May, 1973. College: Arts and Sci- 
ences. Activities: LSU Alumni Federation Scholar- 
ship; SGA Legislative Liaison Committee; SGA 
Liaison Committee; Dean's List, 3 years; Centen- 
nial Honor Award (continued for 3 years); Young 
Democrats; Sigma Delta Chi; Chairman, Union 
Pop Entertainment Committee; Columnist, Daily 




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TOWNSEND, FREDERICK BERNARD. Average: 
2.593. Date of Graduation: December, 1972. Col- 
lege: University College. Activities: Public Relations 
Committee, LSU Union; Athletic Relations Commit- 
tee, SGA; Counselor, Men's Housing; Sports Colum- 
nist, Reveille; SGA Assembly Representative, Penta- 
gon-Broussard; Financial Vice-President, SGA; Union 
Governing Board; Athletic Council; Committee of 
Student Conduct; Committee on Security and Plan- 
ning; University System Committee to Select Presi- 
dent of University Election Board; ODK. 



CAULEY, LINDA SUE. Average: 3.656. Date of 
Graduation: May, 1973. College: Arts and Sciences. 
Activities: Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Alpha lota 
President; Union Theater and Dance Committee; 
LSU Symphony; Tiger Marching Band; LSU Sym- 
phonic Band; Music and Folk Festival, Kalsdorf, Aust- 
ria; Big Brother Program for Foreign Students; Delta 
Staff; LSU Alumni Federation "Top 100" Scholar; 
Honor's Division in Arts and Sciences; Mortar Board; 
Pi Kappa Lambda; Baton Rouge Symphony; LSU 
Wind Ensemble; Collegium Musicum; Tulane Summer 
Lyric Theater. 



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JUMONVILLE, MARTHA LOUISE. Average: 3.203. 
Date of Graduation: August, 1973. College: Arts 
and Sciences. Activities: Pi Beta Phi Social Sorority; 
Angel Flight; Mortar Board; Theta Sigma Phi; Sigma 
Delta Chi; Chancellor's Committee on Public Rela- 
tions; SGA Junior Division Representative to Stu- 
dent Assembly, Steering Committee, Projects Com- 
mittee; Dean's List; Outstanding Freshman Woman; 
Union Chairman Union Speakers Committee, Hos- 
pitality Committee; Centennial Honor Award; T. H. 
Harris Scholarship. 



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LEGER, WALTER J., JR. Average: 3.326. Date of 
Graduation: May, 1973. College: Arts and Sciences. 
Activities: MDA, Dorm Representative; Army ROTC, 
3rd in class; Phi Gamma Delta Pledge Vice-Presi- 
dent, Delegate to Ekklesia (National Convention), 
Recording Secretary, Scholarship Chairman, IFC 
Representative; Interfraternity Council Chairman 
of Public Relations, Rush Committee, Greek Week 
Committee, President, Chairman Inter-Greek Action 
Committee; Vice-President of Gamma Beta Phi and 
Delegate to National Senate; LSU Press Council . 
Member and Chairman; SGA Voluntary Manpower 
Coordinator; Director, Council on Consumer Affairs, 
2 years; Louisiana Consumer's League; American 
Council on Consumer Interests, President's Cabinet; 
SGA President's Advisory Board; Daily Reveille Col- 
umnist; SGA Legislative Liaison and Baton Rouge 
City-Parish Council Liaison Committee; National Stu- 
dent Register; ODK, Centennial Honor Award Schol- 
arship; Delegate 1st Congressional District Demo- 
cratic Convention; Freshman Honors Award Scholar- 
ship; St. Bernard Parish Student Council Scholarship; 
Dean's List; Committee on Student Conduct; SGA 
Special Program Study Committee. 




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HAROAWAY. BARBARA LOUISE. Average: 3.879. 
Date of Graduation: May. 1973. Colaga: Chemistry 
and Physics. Activities: Phi Mu Social Sorority 
Scholarship Chairman of Pledge Class. Activities 
Chairman, Treasurer. We-President; Alpha Lambda 
Delta: Angel Right Comptroler; Dean's Lift; 
Angel ffight Assistant Information Officer; LSU 
Alumni 'Top 100" Scholarship; Centennial Award 
Scholarship; Mortar Board Secretary; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Association for Computer Machinery (ACM); 
Epsilon Pi Epseon. 



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WEILL, GARY J. Average: 3.683. Date of Gradua 
tion: May, 1973. College: Business Administration. 
Activities: Off-Campus Representative to the Stu- 
dent Assembly, 3 years; Member of Election Com- 
mittee, 2 yean; Member of Legislative Liaison Com- 
mittee; Vice-President of Phi Eta Sigma; Recipient of 
Optimist Club Scholarship, 4 years; Chairman of 
SGA Steering Committee, 2 years; Head of SGA 
Department of Athletic Affairs; Received President's 
Scholarship, (held for 3 years); Member of Student 
Affairs Committee. Chairman (5 months); Moderator 
of Pleasure Dome; Editorial Writer for the Pair* Rev 
eille, weekly column Summer '72; Member of To 



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Democrats; ODK; Coordinator of Student and Fac- 
ulty for McGovern. 



BREEN, SAMSON. Average: 3.484. Date of Gradua 
tion: May. 1973. Colege: Arts and Sciences. Activi- 
ties: Dean's List, JD, 2 semesters; ACS Dean's List. 
5ummar and Fall and Spring of Sophomore Year and 
Summer of Jr. year; Kirby Smith Living Area Rep- 
resentative. Sophomore Year SGA; SGA Depart- 
ment of Academic Affairs Head. Spring Sophomore 
Year and Summer Jr. Year; Member, Committee on 
Student Conduct. Jr. and Sr. Years; LSU Delegate on 
Student Rights; Winner, Arthur Ensminger Award 
SGA; Student Assembly; Editor, The Dairy Reveile: 
LSU Foundation; ODK; Press CounaT~ 




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STUBBLEFIELD, RUTH LORRAINE. Average: 3.780. 
Date of Graduation: May. 1973. College: Arts and 
Sciences. Activities: Alpha Phi Social Sorority 
Pledge Vice- President, Treasurer, Administrative 
Assistant. President; Alumni Scholarship; Union 
Student and Community Services Committee, Chair- 
man Union Campus Services Committee, Social Area 
Coordinator, Summer Officer; Chairman of Youth 
Council for La. Billy Graham Crusade; Student Lead- 
ership Prayer Breakfast; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Mu 
Epsilon; Junior Class Representative to Selection 
Committee for "Who's Who"; Mu Sigma Rho 
Corresponding Secretary; Freshman Advisor; Mortar 
Board. 




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CHETTA. DENISE ANN. Average: 3.426. Date of 
Graduation: May, 1973. Colege: Arts and Sciences. 

Activities: Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Delta Chi; 
Theta Sigma Phi; Theta Alpha Phi; Freshman Advisor; 
Daily Re'. e Repo"r- Rece'vea a Journalism 
Award for Best Movie Review at Southwestern Jour- 
nalism Conference; Louisiana Player's Guild; Louisi- 
ana Player's Guild Cabinet; Mortar Board. 




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MACKIE, FRANKLIN WALTER. Average: 3.918. 
Date of Graduation: May. 1973. College: Arts and 
Sciences. Activities: Entering Freshman Scholarship; 
Pi Eta Sigma, Freshman Honor Fraternity; Member 
of Union Celebrity Showcase Committee, selected 
outstanding member of that committee; Centennial 
Scholarship, 3 years; Phi Sigma lota; Honorary 
Romance Language Society; Member of Union Thea- 
ter and Dance Committee, also Chairman in Jr. year; 
Mu Sigma Rho Honor Fraternity; LSU Foundation 
Scholarship in Humanities; Producer of LSU Union 
Student Musical. Sweet Charity: Member of Union 
Cinema Committee; Phi Kappa Phi Honor Fraternity; 
Cultural Area Coordinator for LSU Union; Member 
of Faculty Council for Performing Arts; Assistant 
Producer of Student Musical, Anything Goes; ODK. 



JOHNSTON. MICKEY LEE. Average: 3.188. Date of 
Graduation: May, 1973. Colege: University Colege. 
Activities: Sigma Chi Social Fraternity; SGA Gov- 
ernmental Relations; AFROTC Colege Scholarship; 
IFC Representative for Sigma Chi; IFC Treasurer; 
Jam Jam Organization Committee; Rush Chairman 
(Sigma Chi); Cheerleader, 2 years; SGA Off-Campus 
Representative; Pi Tau Pi Honorary Business Frater- 
nity: ODK: Alpha Epsilon Delta; Vic*- President Uni- 
versity Colege. 




BIGGERS. DONNA ANN. Average: 3.327. Date of 
Graduation: May. 1973. Colege: Chemistry and 
Physics. Activities: Alpha Delta Pi Social Sorority 
Pledge Class President, Reporter, Pledge Board. 
Membership Chairman, President, Outstanding 
Active; Union Music Theatre; Gumbo Staff 
Military Section. Index Editor; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Dean's List; Freshman Town Advisor Chairman; 
Angel Right; Colege of Physics Vice-President, 
Secretary-Treasurer; lota Sigma Pi; Student Affiliates 
of A.C.S.; Mortar Board President. 




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McDANIEL. COLLEEN ANN. Average: 3.224. Date 
of Graduation: May. 1973. Colaga: Arts and Sci- 
ences. Activities: Alpha Delta Pi Social Sorority 
Junior Panhelenic Representative, Scholarship Chair- 
man. Rush Chairman, Executive Board, Pledge Board, 
Assistant Song Leader 2 years. Nominee for Out- 
standing Active: Dormitory Standards Board; 
Union Quii Bowl Al Star Team; Honors Division; 
AWS Survey Committee, Sorority Representative, 
Judicial Board, President. Delegate to National and 
Regional Conventions; University Committee of Stu- 
dent Conduct: Mortar Board Editor for The 
Forum; Editorialist for the Dairy Revere; National 
Women's Political Caucus; Equal Rights~Amendment 
Lobby; PhiKps Scholarship; LSU Freshman and Can 
tennial Honor Awards; LSU Committee on the Status 
of Women: 23 hours Advanced Placement Credit; 
Who's Who in Creek Sororities and Fraternities; 
Order of the Lampshade; 1971 LSU Championship 
Tricycle Relay Team. 




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GULOTTA. JAMES CHARLES. JR. Average: 3.987. 
Date of Graduation: May. 1973. Colege: Arts and 
Sciences. Activities: Centennial Honor Award Schol- 
arship: SGA Public Relations Committee; Sigma Chi 
Social Fraternity Secretary; Phi Eta Sigma Fresh- 
man Honor Society; Distinguished Military Cadet. 
Army ROTC; Sons of American Revolution Cadet 
Award; SGA Special Committee of Re-Allocation of 
Activity Fee; SGA University Court; Sternberg 
Scholarship Award for Honors Division Students; 
Member. Leadership Cabinet LSU Union; Social 
Area Coordinator. LSU Union; ODK; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Hugenot Society, Outstanding History Student 
Award; Vice-President for Program LSU Union; Dis- 
tinguished Military Student ROTC; Deputy Corps 
Commander (Cadet Colonel) ROTC; Candidate for 
Degree in Colege Honors (Honors Thesis). 

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Now . . . WHAT university has no tuition or activity fee? 
Nor tests or grades?!? 
Nor long registration lines??? 
No administrative hierarchy??? 
WHAT NO FOOTBALL TEAM!?!?! 

And . . . What university is taught by your "peers" but 
who are people who want to share their knowl- 
edge, be it great or small? . . . 
Who also learn as they teach and make mistakes 
too?. . . 
AND . . . they teach WITHOUT pay!!! 

And . . . What university do the students attend classes 
without tfie hopes of a degree?? 
Who go voluntarily wrHi only motivation to gain 
from another's experiences!!! 

WELL ... the university is Fur You* on the LSU campus 

run by the students ... "if you can believe that!! 



*Free University 



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WHAT'S YOUR REACTION TO THE 
WORD PLAY? 

. . . Hopscotch, jump rope . . . 

. . . Doin 1 some fun, cheap things you never do with your guy except on 
sunny cool days outside like rollin 1 down the hill at the old State 
Capitol, or bikin 1 down River Road, or flyin 1 a kite . . . 

. . . Actors, the theatre, the stage . . . 

. . . Anger Usually I'm slowest to take my turn in a card game and 
everybody bugs me 'till I play. 

. . . Goes great with some other words like fore , around, - - 

up to, there may be some others, but I can't think of "em right now. 



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well, here's the room . . . 

boy, there are more people here than I 

thought . . . 

only 3 look like competition . . . you'd think 

they'd wear a better pair of jeans than that 

to make the most of themselves . . . 

hope I read last I'll show 'em' what they 

shoulda done! 

Lord, he's terrible! How can he embarrass 

himself by even getting up there? 

rule I out completely! No way to describe 

him! 

he's okay, but I'm better, I know it! (i think) 

"ME!" 

why me? Not now, let everyone else go 

first! 

hope my hands don't shake too much and 

make the script move! 

"To be or not to be," 

that's all?!? I didn't even get to the good 

part, damn it! 

oh well, I didn't like this play much anyway 

it's really amateur! 




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AH you've heard is "Fine, fine!" 

And now, he doesn't tike it! 

HIS friends aren't going to say he's inconsistent in his 

characterization . . . 
HE hasn't been turned around completely and has no idea 

how to do the part. 

HE just came up with a sudden idea, and screwed you up! 
Well, I'd like to see HIM do it better! 
(don't say it, i know he probably can!) 






Usually they make you too different 

too fat or too skinny 
too old or too young 
too experienced looking or 
too innocent looking 

And they are bad for your body or face 
And they are dirty or you're allergic 
But they MAKE the character . . . 
And the show must go on . . . 
So you swallow your pride . . . 
And force yourself to take it! 




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You are ready to go 
Standing in the wings 
Waiting ior a cue 

Hope I know all my lines . . . 

I have to get water, my throat is cracking! 

Remember there are no small parts, only small actors! 

I have to go to the bathroom, and I've got 6,000 layers 
of costume on, and two seconds, and I'm ON! 

concentrate, listen, cross right, sit, smile, don't drop 
the drink, laugh hysterically, time your reactions, pick 
up cues, cross left, open the door, exit 

Whew! Run for a cigarette and a coke and loosen that costume 
Sit back stage and wait . . . 





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Then ya pull it all together one more time . . . 
Run out there with all the others . . . 
And feel the applause wash over you like an ocean 
And fill you with exhausted energy and excitement 
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But when the sun goes down they migrate, 
to Highland Road, the Tiger Lair, even the 
games area draws a crowd. The stereotyped 
"student" lives on. 




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he is a college student. 



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The college student is a human being. The human being sometimes 
fail to draw the line between fantasizing and living a fantasy. 




WHAT IS YOUR MOST 
REMARKABLE FANTASY? 



Having sex with a frog. 



Finding a liberal element in 
the College of Education. 





We couldn't find one either. 




Being able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. 



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Playing quarterback for 
a pro-football team. 




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Under the direction of Art Swanson, the 
Intramural Department has continued its 
growth at an amazing rate. 

There were over 900 flag football games 
played in the fall and over 1000 basketball 
games scheduled. Added to the program this 
year are flag football in the spring and bas- 
ketball in the fall meaning each of these 
sports are now played each semester. Also 
added as a new sport was co-rec water polo. 

Intramural* are open to all full-time stu- 
dents and encompass 1 1 sports. They offer 
the average student the opportunity to par- 
ticipate in athletics without the commitment 
of varsity sports. 



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The Club Sports section of L.S.U.'s Intramural 
Department has expanded to include I I sports. 
Men's sports are rugby, soccer, judo, karate, 
fencing, riflery, and sailing. Women's club sports 
include tennis, volleyball, basketball, and archery. 

Now under the direction of Lawrence 
McCreary, the Club Sports department has 
about 200 students participating and competing 
on an inter-collegiate basis. 



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September 16th 
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It was the best game I ever played. It was just exciting 
with the crowd enthusiasm and the importance of that 
game. (LeDoux ran for two IDs and caught a pass from 
Bert Jones for a third). 

Jimmy LeDoux 
Split End 

I've seen a lot of football games in Tiger Stadium. I 
used to sit there and think about how great it would be 
to score a touchdown with all those people going crazy. 
Now I know how it feels, and let me tell you it's fan- 
tastic. 

Brad Boyd 
Tight End 




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September 23rd 

K LSU 47 
Texas A&M 17 



They (A & M) were really tough and tougher than we 
had anticipated. Their baclcfield speed really surprised 
me. I don't think anyone thought they had that much 
speed. 

Bints Miciotto 
Defensive End 

Leading only 14 to 10 at the half, the Tigers came 
back for 28 second half points. The Bengal defense, 
which came alive in the second half, was led by Binks 
Miciotto, who was credited with seven tacldes and four 
assists and cornerback Mike Williams who picked up 
eight solo stops and two assists. 



September 30th 

K LSU 27 
Wisconsin 7 





Dear Sirs, 

We would like to compliment you, the people of Louisiana and 
especially your team on the weekend we spent in Baton Rouge. 

All truly demonstrated the quality of your program; particularly 
evident was your players' appreciation for the game of football. They 
were real gentlemen and seemed to greatly enjoy their involvement 
in football. 

In a day when the merits of college football are under scrutiny, 
your players attest to the exceptional experience involvement in the 
game can be. 

To conclude, may we add that we both hope and suspect Sports 
Illustrated was right. 

Thank You, 
Christopher Davis 
Randy Safranek 
- (UW Cornerbacks) 




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October 7th 
LSU 1 2 Rice 6 



Jim Benglis carried out his assignments as well as any 
player that I can remember in a long time. He was 
graded 98 on the game films which is absolutely excel- 
lent. Bert Jones rated 90 and Pepper Rutland scored 89. 

Our team wasn't as ineffective as the score made it 
seem. When you gain over 400 yards total offense and 
the defense forces eight turnovers, who can complain? 

Head Coach Charles McClendon 





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Knowing that we'll have a tough team to play is a 
mind-builder to me to play with my utmost ability. I 
guess you'd say any time we come Into a tough ball 
game It makes me feel as if I'm capable of playing bet- 
ter. I did have a good ball game. I feel like we were 
throwing and catching the ball really well. 

Bert Jones 
Quarterback 

If anybody had told me before the game that LSU 
would run over and around us and pass at will, I never 
would have believed it, but they did. Jones shelled us 
with his passing (Jones ran for the first TD and passed 
for three others.) 

Auburn Coach 
Shug Jordan 

Jones was named AP Southeastern Back of the Week 
for his performance against Auburn. Defensive Tackle 
John Wood was named AP Lineman of the Week. He 
made seven tackles and assisted on seven others. 




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October 14th 
LSU 35 Auburn 7 






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October 2 1 st 
LSU 10 Kentucky 






After the TD pass I wasn't going to let him stop me. It 
was short, supposed to be a deep pattern all the way 
into the end zone. When I turned around I think Bert got 
hit just as he went to throw the ball and it was kind of 
fluttering so I came back and got it. I thought, "I have 
got to get it across the goal line." I tried to fake him 
(defender Ben Thomas) out but that didn't work so I just 
ran by him and made him try to tackle me. 

Gerald Keigley 
Splitback 

We wanted to move Into the lead in total defense In 
the conference. We felt we had a real good chance if 
we held Kentucky, what with Tennessee (total defense 
leader) playing Alabama. 

Warren Capone 
Linebacker 



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Cheerleaders 



Mike Valentino 
Bobbie O'Keefe 
Mickey Johnston 


Jean Cotter 
Steve Adcock 
Shelly Pearce 


Walter Larrimore 
Anita Juban 
Bill Nader 




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We always tell our players not to give up 
even if there's only one second on the board 
and that's what it came down to Saturday 
night. 

Coach Charles McClendon 





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2 TIME OUTS LEFT 

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THE GOLDEN BAND 
FROM TIGERLAND 




DIRECTOR OF BANDS 
William F. Swor 

DRUM MAJORS 

Carl Content 

Jimmy Flanagan 

TIGER 

Charlie Dupuy 

BELLS 

Carol Wea*hersby 

Lynn Lukes 

Elva Crawford 

Richard Lauterbach 

Melanie Darnall 

PICCOLOS 

Petti Adams 
Susan Becnel 
Hoppy Mailman 
Zart Dombourian 
Frances Kendall 
Lindy Burford 
FLUTES 
Debbie Do.ll 
Lois Weaver 
Susan McCordle 
Gloria Giammanco 
Bea Lynn McKay 
Melanie Wilkins 
Cathy Fall 
Lana Furr 
Karen Hogan 
Linda Metcalfe 
Cynthia Selman 
Penny Kendall 
Susan Abrams 
Arleen Johnson 
Carol Kirsopp 
Lynda Selman 
Mary Wade 
Nancy Johnson 
Cathy Appling 
Sehoy Durant 
Carolyn Morgan 
LaVelle Renfroe 
Betsy Braud 



Martha McCasland 
Kathleen Lyons 
Ginger Guillaume 
Molly Molloy 
Pat Haynes 
Debbie McElroy 
Sona Dombourian 
CLARINETS 
Bill Sayre 
David DeFoe 
Randy Countryman 
Bobby Chapman 
Lee Ann Fortson 
Nelda Mooney 
Martha Webb 
Su King 
Jeff Spear 
Ruth Husfield 
Phyllis Pugh 
Mark Hamby 
Barbara Lattman 
George Ruppeiner 
Susan Yates 
Lance Kaye 
Darwin Logerot 
Bill Hall 

Barbara McCracken 
John Bell 
Melinda Ward 
Lynn Johnson 
Karen Davis 
Duane Linnartz 
Elise Hebbler 
John Auwaeter 
Anne Bernard 
Gwen Daret 
Peggy Barrios 
Charles Jacobs 
Jerry Merceloui 
Anthony Martinez 
Craig Cook 
Leah Weiland 
Linda Hebert 
Beverly Steele 




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Dinah Bradford 
Cindy Abadie 
JoBlyn Abadie 
Rhonda Alexander 
Bonnie Baker 
Nancy Brooks 
Gay Couvitlion 
Julia Dilly 
Jeanette Karam 
Debi Keebler 
Mary Etta Lewis 
Liz Louque 
Debra Mayer 
Kim McDade 
Bizabeth McDonald 
Lee Shaw 
Jan Wai 




TIGERETTES 



Nan Ruesmeier 
Susan Baker 
Mar go Bergeron 
Debbie Davis 
Rita EcKols 
Donna Faulk 
Helen Gordon 
Sharon Laton 
Bizabeth McClendon 
Ubbie Millican 
Suzanne Quave 
Gena Riley 
Cindy Sahtzman 





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I'm so glad our team didn't quit. Even though Ala- 
bama kept on scoring, we were able to come back 
and score in ttie end. 

Coach Charles McClendon 



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Homecoming 
November 18th 

. LSU.28 
Mississippi State 14 

HOMECOMING COURT: Janine Robichaux. Say Williams, Bonnie Baker, Susan 
LeSage, and Debbie Dupre. 



November 25th 

LSU 3 
Florida 3 



Even not seeing the Florida film, one 
might have to grade Williams 90 per 
cent for figuring in nine points: six he 
kept Florida from getting and three he 
helped LSU acquire. 

Stopping Nat Moore around the one, 
and getting him from behind is enough 
of a compliment to a cornerback. Being 
alert enough to get a fumble at the 
Tiger one and the subsequent series is 
something extra. 

Bernell Ballard 
Morning Advocate 




Photos courtesy of Dan Hardesty. 




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December 2nd 
Tulane 3 



It was an interesting night. We knew it was going 
to be exciting football, but not that exciting. We Kad 
to play extra hard to come out of all the things 
Tulane had going for them. The Tigers were able to 
come through with the right plays at the right time. 

Coach Charles McClendon 

The margin of difference for the Tigers was a pair 
of field goals by Rusty Jackson and a 45-footer by 
Juan Roca in the fourth period. The second field goal 
of the night was set up by a 44-yard run by quarter- 
back Paul Lyons. 




December 30th 
Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl 
LSU 17 Tennessee 24 




One sports writer said there were two games played in the 
Bluebonnet Bowl one in each half. But unfortunately only one score 
will be recorded. 



STATS: 



First Downs 
Yards Rushing 
Yards Passing 
Total Offensive Yds 



LSU 18 
187 



Tenn. 17 
179 




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Jimmy LeDoux. SE 
Jim Kadi. TB 
At Coffee. SB 
Juan Roca, PK 
Mike Miley, QB 
Serf Jones, QB 
Rusty Jackson, SB K 
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Gene Knech' SB 
Paul Lyons, QB 
Frank Racine, S 
Joe Fakier. SE 
TomjGtiney, S 



Cari Maddoi 
Director of Athletics 

Chartes McClendon 
Head Football Coach 

Don Kennard 
Academic 

Dr. Martin J. Brousserd 
Supervisor of TraflK^ 

Jim Collier, Receiver 

Craig Randal) 
Defensiv 



Logan 1C. 

Jimmy Oustalet, C 
Warren Capone, LB 
Steve Whrrfii, DE 
Phil Mose*,C 
Steve LeleKcs, LB 
Jimmy Bkins, OT 
David DiVincenti, OS-K 




Tommy Bu*aud, OT 
Tyler Lafauci, OG 
Clay Ca*. OG 
Loyd Daniel, OG 
Dan McNair, OG 
Steve Streete. OT 
Steve Cassidy, DT 
John Fort. OT 
RieHard Brooks OG 




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^ Randy Russell, OT 
Doug Boutte, DT 
John Wood. DT 
Bo Harris, LB 
Chuck Wilfiam 
Oliverio, TE 



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Recrui* -g Director 

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Tvlark Yokubaitis. LB 

Pepper Rutland. LB 



Brad Boya 
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Ron Daily, 
Marty Phillips, 
Skip Cormier, 
Chip Miller, DT 
Kenney Bordelon, DE 



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Assistant Director of 
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U. of Americas 

U. of Americas 

Memphis State 

Georgia 

Florida 

Utah State 

Weber State 

Vanderbilt 

Alabama 

Auburn 

Georgia 

Florida 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Ole Miss 

Mississippi State 

Tulane 

Alabama 



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Southern Miss. 
Kentucky 
Tennessee 
Mississippi State 
Ole Miss 




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When Coach Dale Brown came to LSU, he brought an 
enthusiasm and excitement for basketball that ignited a 
team, predicted to win only three games, to a 16-10 sea- 
son. LSU was able to hustle their way past teams like 
nationally ranked Memphis State and SEC leaders Ten- 
nessee and Alabama. 

But the enthusiasm went beyond the team to the fans 
with record breaking attendance, including a new state 
attendance record at the Kentucky game. 

In these pages are a partial story of LSD's first bout 
with Tennessee. The Tigers were able to hold their own 
with the Volunteers, and made up a point deficit, only to 
lose in the last few seconds. 

But a few weeks later, the story was different. LSU 
beat Tennessee 78-74 at Knoxville. 




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Wrestling 



1973 SCHEDULE 

Southern Open 

USL 

Georgia Tech Tournament 

Southlands Tournament 

Auburn 

Alabama 

Tennessee 

Oscar Rose Junior College 

Wisconsin Parkside 

North Texas State 

Florida, Ball State 

Richland Junior College 

Northern Illinois, Auburn, 

Tampa University 
Oklahoma State University 

Cowboy Invitational 
Ft. Polk (U. S. Army) 
Alabama 

Southwestern, SIU 
SEC Championships 
NCAA Championships 





1973 ROSTER 

Mark Abel 
Mike Barrett 
Bruce Bennett 
Phil Bode 
Richard Cook 
Charles Cusimano 
Gary Dill 
Jeff Faucheux 
Duard Franklin 
Tristan Junius 
Pat Kelley 
Eric Kracht 
Dan LaBasse 
Joe Lott 
Steve Mallerich 
William Mclnnis 
Ted Missing 
Charles O'Boyle 
David Pietrzak 
Jules Plainaance 
Larry Taylor 
Pat Tracy 
McClellan Walther 
Greg Wheeler 
Coach Dale Ketelsen 




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The L.S.U. Wrestling team, led by seniors Charles 
O'Boyle, Mike Barrett, Phil Bode, Jules Plaisance, and 
Bruce Bennett, went to the S.E.C. Tournament with a 10- 
7 dual meet record. Hoping to improve on last year's 
second place finish, Coach Dale Ketlesen's grapplers ran 
into bad luck with poor seedings and costly injuries. 

Although they finished fourth and failed to crown an 
S.E.C. champ, the Tiger wrestlers showed that L.S.U. 
wrestling is still steadily improving and soon will be a 
national power in collegiate wrestling. 




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Gymnastics 






1973 ROSTER 

Robert Accuf 
Michael Carter 
Robert Carter 
Charles David 
Pat Dial 
Scott Fa r mer 
Slvin Fong 
Franz &olbeck 
Thomas Hendricb 
Gregory Lewis 
Ronald Lind 
Gary Morris 
Richard Russell 
Thomas Spider 
Steven Stein 
Guy Waver 
Robert Gunther 
Coach Armando Vega 



1973 SCHEDULE 

LSUNO 

Midwest Open 

Memphis State 

Iowa 

Florida 

Florida State 

Northern Illinois 

Georgia Southern 

Memphis State 

LSUNO 

Northeast 

Odessa Junior College 

Georgia 

Air Force 

SIGL 

NCAA 




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Under the direction of the new gymnastics coach. Armando 
Vega, the gymnastics taam has had on* of LSD's most successful 
seasons. The team was undefeated. This marks the beginning of 
LSU's threat as a national team power and the beginning of a new 
sports tradition for the Tigers. 




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1973 SCHEDULE 

Pan American Intercollegiate 
Louisiana Intercollegiate 
Rorida State Invitational 
Port Malabar Intercollegiate 
Jim Corbett Classic 
All-American Tournament 
Chris Schenkel Invitational 
SEC Championships 







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1973 ROSTER 

Dave Zabell 
Dick Clark 
Jim Adams 
Frank Gusmus 
Dennis Hurley 
Jay Torda 
Mancil Davis 
Mike Drury 
Jo Collier 
Bill Caldwell 
Mike Schroder 
Earl Humphries 
Mark Goodwin 
Shelby Houston 
Robert Shaw 
Coach Bill Brogden 



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Track 






1973 ROSTER 



Allen Misher 
Gene Mobley 
Steve Nobles 
Tim Olaclt 
Glenn Peters 
Steve Rogers 
Eugene Sandoz 
Jeff Sandoz 
Carey Schimpf 
Robert Smith 
Greg Stephens 
Winston Taylor 
Larry Vollmer 
Lloyd Wills 
Bobby Mills 



Ken Addy 
Robert Anding 
James Glower 
Barney Cobb 
Eddie Crews 
Richard DeSoto 
Winston Die! 
Darral Duringer 
Don Eclcert 
Tim Edmond 
Steve Ferrer 
Ted Heroman 
Blaze Hooper 
Gerald Ma thews 
John McKinnon 



Coach Joe May 






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315 



1973 SCHEDULE 



Drake 
Alabama 
Drake 

Southern Illinois 
Florida State 



LSU Invitational 

Minnesota 
Kansas State 
Texas 

Alabama 



Texas Relays 
Kansas Relays 

Drake Relays 

Mississippi State 
Baylor 

Kansas State 

SEC Championships 

NCAA Championships 



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317 



Swimming and Diving 



1973 SCHEDULE 



Florida 

Tulane Alabama Relays 
Texas at Arlington 
Houston 

Tennessee Relays 
John Brown University 
South Florida 
Florida State 



Vanderbilt 

Vanderbilt Invitational 
Tulane, Southwest 

Missouri 

Lamar University 
Auburn 
SEC Meet 
NCAA Meet 




1973 ROSTER 

Horace Bill 
Jim Blythe 
Dave Boeclcman 
Scott Boxman 
Mike Dooley 
Charles Hoolihan 
Dave McKowen 
Greg Michiels 
George Newport 
Marty Nieman 
Hereford Percy 
Jeff Pitts 
Bruce Redmon 
Alan Ross 
John Russell 
Reed Wade 
Doug Ward 
Coach Ted Stickles 





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Tennis 





1973 ROSTER 

Gary Albertine 
David Allin 
Frank Church 
Mitch Creekmore 
Tommy Ducrest 
Johnny Foster 
Bobby Hagerman 
Randy Lavercombe 
Fred Leubben 
Billy McGehee 
Cedric Martin 
J. T. Sims 
Coach Dub Robinson 




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1973 SCHEDULE 



Houston 
Mississippi State 
Georgia 
Notre Dame 
Missouri 
Die Miss 
Alabama 
Oklahoma State 
South Carolina 
Texas A&M 



Teias 

Pan American University 

Lamar University 

VanderbiH 

Florida 

Tennessee 

Kentucky 

Tulane 

SEC Championships 




GAMES 
.SU -VISITOR 1 

SETS 




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Baseball 




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1973 SCHEDULE 



Southern Mississippi 

South Alabama 

Memphis State 

Memphis State 

Tulane 

Tennessee 

Tennessee 

Oklahoma State 

Ole Miss 

Tulane 

U. S. Coast Guard 

Ole Miss 



Ole Miss 
Mississippi State 
Mississippi State 
Alabama 
Alabama 
Mississippi State 
Mississippi State 
Alabama 
Alabama 
South Alabama 
Ole Miss 







1973 ROSTER 

Robert Woodward 
Keith Olexy 
Guy Hollingsworth 
William Taylor 
Jack Oliverio 
Randall Wiles 
Patrick Moock 
Charles McMakin 
John Schaper 
Paul Koppens 
Thomas Carpenter 
Evan Edge 
Thomas Aaizan 
John Cashio Jr. 
Wilfred Miley 
Randall Aldridge 
Steven Spitz 
Charles Keigley 
James Douglass 
Gregory Ferrara 
Steven Collins 
Jon Black 
Michael 
Sonderegger 
Dennis Lorio 
Douglas Black 
Stephen Frank 
Coach Jim Smith 






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FRATERNALLY ASSOCIATED 

PEOPLES SOCIETY 



Living under or with a tradition, 
a student is able to choose if 
a specific form expresses the 
content, or if the form specifies 
the content. 

Debby Evans 












A time of sharing and fighting, 

laughing, crying. 

Growing close to people of all minds. 

Letters on the breast change not 

the heart that burns beneath. 

The follower still will follow 

The rebel will rebel. 

Colleen McDaniel 






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IFAC OFf ICERS: President. Jerry Conrad; Vice- President. Chris Hock; Treasurer. Richard Courtney; Secretary. Ken Robimon. 

PURPLE: Acada Larry Gilbert; Kappa Alpha M!k* Parker; Kappa Sigma Denis Bergeron; Phi Kappa Theta Jim Hoffman; Sigma Alpha Eptiton Ring 
Stewart: Sigma Chi Bruca Thompson; Sigma Nu Harlan NoihScoH; Theta Xi John Hayter. 

6OLO: Alpha Tau Omega Dave Koch; (Mta Kappa EpsSon Ed Arbour; DWta Tau D^ta Jack Coco; Lambda Chi Alpha Brad F*(Ur; Phi IMta TUta 
David AdUr; Phi Gamma D^+a John McLaan; Phi Kappa Pli Robert BoUn; Tau Kappa Epsilon Mark Dudwihmf-. 

WHITE: Alpha Gamma Rho Miles Brashier; DeHa Sigma Phi Robert Russel; Phi lota Alpha Celio Cedeno; Pi Kappa Alpha Gary Camling; Pi Kappa 

rV B': Da---D*-g S'g~. P>-' EPS o- F-a Ha--- S'j-a p ' T o - R-_, Ze-a B*-a T a. E-a- '-*s a-. 



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COUNCIL 



1. Linda Aman 

2. Debbie Kochman 

3. Nancy Ourso 

4. Jan Hultberg 

5. Gloria Polito 

6. Sally Craig 

7. Rachel Bryan 

8. Unidentified 

9. Mrs. Julia Farris 

10. Judy Guidry 

11. Diane Hufft 

12. Marsha Williams 

13. Sarah Allen 

14. Winnie Auguzyn 

1 5. Janet Owens 



16. Maggie Fahs 

17. Ann Mollere 

18. Becky King 

19. Susie Dotson 

20. Unidentified 

21. Chan Roarlt 

22. Yvonne Serio 

23. Debra Hill 

24. Alma Taylor 

25. Ann Champagne 

26. Susan Marcus 

27. Unidentified 

28. Aimee Platt 

29. Joyce Wood 



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REPRESENTATIVES: ROW I: Bill Nader, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Greg Bolan, Kappa Sigma; Kirk Jones, Phi Delta 
Theta; Dale Clary, Acacia; Lance Key, Alpha Gamma Rho; Ken Robinson, Fiji. ROW 2: Paul David, Theta Xi; 
Unidentified; Mike Williams, Delta Tau Delta; Taylor Darden, Lambda Chi Alpha; Unidentified; Gary Louis, 
Lambda Chi Alpha. ROW 3: Chris Janice, Tau Kappa Epsilon; Timothy Schurrz, Phi Kappa Psi; Rick Hill, Sigma Pi; 
Bubba Peters, Sigma Chi; Dave Pousson, Alpha Tau Omega; Tommy Tanner, Phi Kappa Theta; Unidentified. 



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OFflCERS 

Walter Leger, President 
Jimmy Watkins, Vice-President 
Tommy Teepel, Treasurer 
Dean James J. Brasher. Adviser 
Lucius Butts, Secretary 



PRESIDENTS: ROW I .- Bryon Amy. Tommy Tpl. Doug LeBUnc, Stee Plauche. Ctrff LabordV. Tim Schorti, Bob Shabeton. 
CharC. Ucomp+e. Steve Ret+ig. K* DWoach. ROW 2: Tommy Pugh, Hardy FowUr. Robert SWrWy. CfcaHey Sartain, Jry 
Joy. Mike Murphy, Mark SKaefer, Tommy Arceneaui. 













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ROW I : CKcrUs W. Sariin, pr*w<W; AmbU Ocvkl. Jr.. trMSurar; John N. Parrat. plwiga trainw; Larry M. Roadal. rush chairman; Bryan 
W. Bafew. focial chairman; Jamas H. Andarson; Harry C. Ashcrafr; Dana M. Ayma; Josaph H. Bass; Gaoffray C. Banna+t; Robart C. 
BannaH >.; Kannatti S. Bonna+ta; Robbia L Brarmaupt. ROW 2: Barry A. Bruggars, Charlas J. Bulnas. WStam F. Burbank, Jamas R. Byrd, 
Kannath A. OiW-al. Josaph D. Cambra. Luka P. ChataUin. Josaph A. Chris+ophar, Albart D. CUry. Holin W. Cola, Bobby L Compton, 
Robart M. Coopar Jr., Curtis H. Coppock. ROW 3: John M. Corcoran. Mkhaal P. Crasap, Tad F. Cromwal. Ronald J. Oaiola, Jamas W. 
DaBruays, Carrol E. DaUcroa, Curtn 6. Dflon, Michaal A. Dim. Emast S. Eastarry III. Mark T. EHanrig. John S. BUH. Jamas W. Eppar- 
son. waCam T. Erwin. ROW 4: Emary K. Fnhar. KarmH Frymira Jr., Roby L Fufcarson III. John W. Gabrial. Had Y. Gardinar. Marcafian F. 
Gautraau III. Jay L R. Silbart, Rafaal C. Goyanacha III. Robart B. GHford. W!Kam V. Griffin, Arthur M. Halbrook, Archibald C Halsall 
III. Patrick G. Harrrf. ROW 5: Raymond G. Hartlay. Albart C. Handarson, David A. Hiimars, Gary L Hohanbaroar. S. David Holaday. 
Bvin L Holon, Jarrold S. Home, Kant C. Jackson. Huay L Jankins. Doug D. Jaroma, GUrm M. Johnson. Charlas F. Jonas III. Laonard L 
Jonas. ROW 6: Richard F. Kaan, Glann M. Kiddar, Thomas L KoMhaoan. Mai A. Kuttnar. Wallace D. La Raw. Charlas R. Lang >^ 
Richard Lautarbach, Claranca A. Lorio III. Brian W. Maassan. David W. Maddry, Jose A. Mata Jr., John K McMulan, Ban F. MaUncon. 
ROW 7: Christopher J. Marsman, Jules L Mol. Kerry J. Molara. Christopher M. Moody. Robert W. MuKs. Cornelius W. Nett III. 
Watem P. Nuss. Ray A. Peley. Michael J. Picard. Thomas H. Pincknay. Stephen C. Pofito. Josaph D. Rayburn Jr^ Jamas N. Raichard. 
ROW I: Kenneth O. Robbins, Jeffrey L Roedel, Sidney S. Romero. Jamas J. Rumora. Victor P. SaumSer. Michael W. Scanlan II. Dan D. 
SchanevaU. WiKam S. Schofiald, Robert J. Sheffield Jr.. Kevin D. Slattery. George P. Slattery. Robert M. Stanley. John M. Taylor. ROW 
9: Eugene L TKbodeeia, Glenn A. TUbodaaio, David M. Thornton. Freddie F. Trapp. WiKam L Travis, Randal R. Verdin. Craig A. 
Vrfr.no, Bennia R. Walaca, Val C. WandRng. Harrison M. Weber. Harold M. Wasterhaus, Bobby W. WhrHay, Theodora M. Witkas. ROW 
10: Ban F. WSson, EKott WWnberty. Richard J. Wise. Robert T. Wood. Michael T. Wood. Richard C. Worlay, Fay Grundmann; 



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ROW I: Donna Bigger*, president; Karen SteJry, pledge trainer; Mary Benton, second vice-president; Sylvia Landry, recording secretary; Susie Baby. 
treasurer Carol Aloe; Chris Angelox; Pam Arbour; Wendy Backet; Bonnie Bagwell; Janice Bennett. ROW 2: Debby Beroer. Sue BWerman, Jeannie Baxter. 
April Blackburn, Belinda Bourgeois, Mary Ann Bridges, Kitty Bright. Kim Brimmerman. Joan Bruchhaus, Belinda Bruton. Rachael Bryan. ROW 3: Kate Burgess, 
Carolyn Coco. Leah Cooper. Fran CuJotta, Debbie Dickens. Kathy Deal. Debbie DemouHi. Karen Dennis, Cathy Deville, Jeanet+e Doles, T. J. Duhon. ROW 
4: Debbie Dunne. Joy Ducic. Suzan Edwards, Becky Eymard. Gale Eyre. Diane BetcKer, Betsy Fontenot. Denny Fox, Debbie Fruge, Cathy Gauthier. Babs 
Gwbnart. ROW 5: Fran Getsendorff, Gail Goings, Debbie Golay, Margaret Hannaman, Susan Henry, Suzy Hiegel, . .y Holmes, Kent Hopkins, Mary Jones, 
Mary Jane Keever. Cindy Kinard. ROW 6: Tracy Koen, Aim Lacour, BeveHy Lacour. Carol Laing. Pam Lambert. Arlene Landry. Koran Leach. Colun 
Lindsay, Susan Molero. Carolyn Moles, Emily Montegudo. ROW 7: Colun McDaniel, Virginia. McFarUnd, Julie McMorris, Margo Neubutin. Kathy New- 
man, Phyllis Owen, Reakey Parsons, Jane Pitre, Carolyn Rapier. Saly Robert. ROW 8: Marie Rucker. Judy St. Romain. Lynn Stephenson. Nan Stephemon. 
Kathy Stites. Cherry Stone. Nancy Thompson. Pam Throckmorron. Kathy Tuly. Susan Vinsant. Beverly Wainwright. ROW 9: Cathy Wainwright. Gale Watan- 
abe. Leslie Weber. Marsha Wahemi. Linda WiKams. Marsha WiKams, Debbie Wimbish, Lynn Wornat. Cathy Zink; Mrs. Vic Curole. housemother. 



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Sue Burstein, president 
Marilyn b'pneic. vice-president 
Kathi Vedlitx, secretary: 
Gale Goldner. treasurer 
Karen Adler 
Barbara Baskind 
Lucy Barman 

ACcia Brenner 
Joanie Brooks 
Deborah Brown 
Janet Brownstein 
Sandy Buckman 
Jane Dreizen 
Susan Edelman 

Linda Epstein 
Oen Rnkebtein 
Susan Fleishman 
Linda Forrest 
Debbie Gartsar 
Merry Lyrme Glatstein 
Peggy Grant 



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Susan Katz 
Susan R. Kati 

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Debbie Kochman 
Rita Kranson 
AdalaLery 

Randa Lipman 
Ann London 
Fay Lucas 
Caren MaHcin 
Susan Marcus 
Julie Marcus* 
Debbie Mason 

Loris Mayanohn 



Marcia Mayat 
Robbie MilUr 
Gail Moyar 
Robbie Pachter 
Susan Phillips 

Susan Pilti 
Sharon Ritman 
Andrea Sarh 
Connie Roos 
Rosanne Salomon 
Devie Scheinur 
Malinii Sarpas 

Su* Sitverman 
Nancy Sternberger 
Mary Stone 
Laurie Weil 

Mrs. Josephine Bromberg. 
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aKir, alumna* secrtary; David Low*r, pUdy* trainer. ROW 2: Robert Bennett, Samuel Breaux. A. J. Burns, Thomas Charrier. 



Jimmy Ranagan, Robert Freeman. ROW 3: Jerry Giddens, Paul Halphen, Barry Hamilton. Gary Hamilton, Charles Harmon, 
George Hebert. ROW 4: Clayton Humphreys. Robert Manuel. Johnnie Mayeux, Andrew Navarre, Marion Rabalais. Mark 
ROM. ROW 5: John Russo, James Simmons. Wetace Templet. Marshal ThJbodeaia, Alan Watts. Carl White. ROW 6: Boa- 
beth Mcdendon. homaniortier; Or. L L ReJder, adviser; Donna Ward, sweetheart. 



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ROW I: Pennie Magee, present; 6*3 Dutefl. first vice-president; Marilyn MatuEk. second vice-president; Cynttua Pfister. 
corresponding icrefary; Aim* Vincent. treasurer; Mary Beth Anderel; Katharine Arnold: Deborah Bando; Stephanie Baaty. 
ROW 2: Mary Catherine Bondurant. PauU Bradford. Deborah Brown. Hattie Rebecca Causey, Laura ChateUine. Faye CKene- 
ert. Linda Cherepaw. Marie Comfaroa. Patricia Cox. ROW 3: Jean Crane. Melodye Crause. Nancy OevMs. Catherine Deano. 
Judith DeUune. PameU Onmukn, Mary Driicol. Bonme DunUp. Margaret Fens. ROW 4: Nancy Sana, Sharon Greene. Cartyn 
ewfery. Linda Guley. Hannah Hagoer. Claudia Hanbury. Sharon Heoert. Karen Jamarek. Cynthia Joseph. ROW 5: Kathleen 
Lee. Renee Leveque. Sandra Level, Deborah Lynn. Rhonda McCoooel, Rosa Mansur, PameU Marcotte. Anne Meadows. Marian 
Melenson. ROW 6: Mary Sue Metx. Pemela Meyer. Mefissa MaWn. Beverly Morgan. Jufie Mowed. Susan Nordquist. Nancy 
Ourso. Sherrie Pate. Deborah Picou. ROW 7: Jane PrHman. Charlotte Pofito. Deborah Poland. Peggy Porter. Caroh/nn Precup. 
Lois Rice. Jacquefyn Root. Beverfy RyUnd. Carol Scherich. ROW 8: Linda SmXe. Susan Smith. Jan Terrant. Maribeth Theisen. 
Margaret TomsuU. Mefinda Tudor. Pamela Tulos. Margaret Usry. Beth Von de Lehr. ROW 9: PameU Weber. FJiubeth Weems. 
Sharon Wright. Gwi Zaccaria. MOdred Thompson, 






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Rebecca Black, vice-president 
Ruth McCauley, pledge trainer 
Kathie Smith, educational 

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Nancy Alexander 
Anne AKord 



Paula Andrews 

Kathleen Andrus 
Cheryl Arnold 
Noelie Barron 
Jeanne Bowers 



Evelyn Brian 
Denise Capaji 
Cathy Cassagne 
Susan Dantin 
Julie Davis 
Laura Aimee Falcon 



JoAnn Fernandez 
Starr Freeman 
Cindy Hardy 
Carrie Hart 
Anda Johnson 
Rebecca McCauley 



Heather McConnell 
Joan Marqoette 
Catherine Mehring 
Rosemary Moak 
Ann Mollere 
Kathleen O'Leary 



Becky OthoW 
Janet Owens 
Manette Powers 
Victoria Richardson 
AnnSWdal 
Cheryl SrringfieW 



Nancy Theisen 
Lia Touchstone 
Mary LyneN Whipplle 
Janice Wilson 
Nancy Wilson 
Mrs. Rosalie Goedry, 
housemother 



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. prwidnt; 0*vid Harm, vic*-pr*ud*nt; Mile Mcstayw, frvasurw; OIM L*rp*ntr, pl*dg trainer; 
Acomb, Robert Arms. Paul AHins, Mark Bado. ROW 2: Lat Bent., Blaze BUnkamhip, Thomas 



Btedsoe, David Boekman. Mark Carins. CaH CKetick. &ene Coe, John Conway. Ray Cooper. ROW 3: Bruce Currie. Otway 
Demy. William Dupree, WKam Bfis, Leon &ibert. Brian &uot, Mike Hal, Donnie Harris, Al Hardison. ROW 4: Michael 
Henry, Wiliam Huval. Gerald Iraef^a. Louis Kaufman. Steve Kino., John Wed, David Koch, Hamen Koch, Alexander Krecher. 
ROW 5: Steve Liooett. Donnie Loehr. Harry Mattel. Leo MichWs. Greg Michiek, Ore Moffat. James Mooch, Sean Patrick, 
Dale Peyroux. ROW 6: David Pousson. Thomas Ray. Charles Refly. Richard Remano, Ken Rotharmel, Robert Rowe. Cyril 
SA.a.U, Gerald Slattery. Ross Smith. ROW 7: Brewster Staher, Dale St. Amant. Charles Steirnberg. Royal Steimberg, Larry 
Taylor. Larry Thomas, Tim Thorson, Jim Waterman. Robert Wolfe. ROW 8: John Wright. WBCam Zetzmann, Betsy Alan. Kathy 
Chance. Boo Costelo. Kathy Culen. Paula Currie. Debbie Darttin, ChrissJe Gomez. ROW 9: Lisa Hargiss, Lydia Haven. Laurie 
Jones, Sharm Naremore. Susan Swander; Suzanne Trappey. sweetheart; Ethel Whttaker, Housemother. 



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Mary Alice Guitrau, vice- 
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Jack!* Dennis, recording 
secretary 

Kim O'Dowd, treasurer 

Pam Bennet 

Biie Branton 



Irish Cadden 
Kay CaHino 
Candy Cason 
Alisia Cordon 
Ann Dow 
Patty Dumiller 



Becky Rowan 
Judy Guidry 
Ouida Haf ner 
Carol Hall 
Karen Holloway 
Sharon Horton 



Jan Hultberg 
Mary Jordon 
Janet Lamkm 
Viclti Laughlin 
Barbara McManus 
Allegra Nevilj 



Frances Nolan 
Cathy Paine 
Andrea Patronas 
Janet Planche 
Dee Porche 
Patricia Spencer 



Carol Stracener 
Cathie Wintz 
Janet Wisnieski 
Karen Young 
Suzie Zeno 

Mrs. Trenton Alexander, 
housemotner 



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Lou Thames, vice-president; Karan McCJoskey, secretary; Sue Bulock. treasurer; Patricia Crawley. person- 
nel; Nancy Beth Fry,, pledge trainer; Merih/n Adams; Frances Aertker; Alan Aayson; Mafinda Alan; Sarah Alan; Holy Algood; Beamy Kathryn Arceneaux; 
Amy . B f d T : . R * b r c 5' V~ *""?" ROW ? : _ Robin B ^ rfon ' ? %" Berry. Nancy Criss BUck. Anna BUize. Lauren BUncha. Virginia Bonn. Tneresa Bordeion. 



Janet Brockett. SheGa Ann Buchler. (Cathy Bulock. Marjorie Burwel, Laurin Byan, Michele Byers. Christie Lea Cappel. Dean Bizabeth Carter. ROW 3: Ann 
Bizabeth Cerise. Bennie Bibb Cobb. Rowena Scot Comegys, Donna Margaret Cox, Julia Cunningham. Mary Bizabeth Dale. Debbie Estate Dane. Dorthy Regan 
Dane. Carol Lynn Davis, Melenie AMI DeJean. Mary CMand DeLaureal. Susan Demarest, Arlene Mary Dennis. Lisa Maria Dicherry. Doris Yvonne Donaldson. 
ROW 4: Cteme Duke. Rita Laura Echok, Kathryn Aim Fail. Aim Norwood Fertitta. Mary Nan Heusmier. Carolyn Rorsheim, Jacqueline Fontenot, Margaret AMI 
Foret. Ann FeCca Fourrier. Jeanne Louise Fourrier. Robin Marie French. Pamela Sue Freshney. Catherine Howard Fry. Deborah Marie Galo, Ethyl Geales Gavin. 
ROW 5: Virginia Aim Gerace. Jeenette Key Giddens. Beverly Aim GUdney. Marjorie Wendel Godwin. Aim Kidd Gregorie. Debbie Aim Grezaffi. Bizabeth C. 
Guieory, Pamela Virginia Guilory. Nancy Jane Gum. AMI Brevard Hal. Mary Gayle HamSton. Cynthia Aim Haney. Judy Diane Hannaman, Farm Hansbrough. 
Gay Leah Hardee. ROW 6: Peggy Bizabeth Harmon. Corrine C. Helm. Mary Kate Holstead. Candace Marie Hood. Evelyn Eugenie Jaynes. Francis Stafford 
Johnson, Cynthia Ann Jones. Diane Worley Jones. Cefia Aim Kain. Mary Jeanette Karam. Helen Margaret Kendrick, Bizabeth Lagerson, Marguerite Erin 
Landry. Alice Cooper Langlois, Rora Antionette Langlois. ROW 7: Alcia Marie Lemoine. Susan Virginia LeSaga. Jan Bizabeth Lewis, Laura Jean LindUy. 
Karleen Aim Mackey. Susan Dm ManGs. Jessica Eugenia Martin. Kay Aim Martin. Kathryn Francis Martin. Nidoena Matranga. Mary Elan Meurin. Susan Mayo. 
Kristin Beth McCal. Kathleen Helm McCarthy. Meredith Aim Mcdoskey. ROW I: Bizabeth Price McCord. Deborah Fane McDuff. Mary Aim McDuff. Francis 
Earl Maador. Margaret Joyce Mar. Pamela Brooke MXcan. Mary Elan Mmtz. Donna Marie Miramon. J* Tucker Moore. Catherine AMI Morrison, Judith 
Mosby. Jean MucUey. Deborah Jane Munch. Peggy Aim NWns. Dorothy Lynn Oden. ROW 9: Aim Boyd Percy. PhyKs Diane Perkins. Jo Marilyn Perry, 
Lynn Petagna. Claire Marie Picheloup. Deborah Jean P3cher. Keren Sue Porter. PauGne Wright Pugh. Jane Carol Pumpeey. Teresa Louise PurHe. Rene 
JWbes, SheGa AMI Richanon. Octavia Robert. Regina MaK-ina Roberts. Susan Jane Royle. ROW 10: Susan Kay Scalfi. Dorothy Prosser Sims. Adelaide 
' Smith. Genevieve Kearney Smith. L Kathryn Smith, Late Bizabeth Smith. Mary Temple Smith. Celeite St. Martin. Lorraine Larue Summers. Roberta 
Noland Thompson; Janet Lea Turner. Rita Kathryn Ward. Eileen Monffort Wets. Mary Bizabeth Wefe. ROW 1 1: 



Sweeney, Laura 

Richtand Woodal. Hora Maxwel Yerger. Rebecca Lynn York, Vrginia Mae Young. 

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ROW I : Rebecca Ann Wallace, president; Elise Richardson Andry. vice-president; Sharon Sue Smith, secretary; Beverly Ann Cavender, treasurer; Gail Con- 
stance Carville, pledge trainer; Betsy Munson Allen; Susan Joyce Andrews; Susan Ashby; Katie Alice Atkinson; Janette Tullis Bagwell; Melissa Ann Barrilleaux; 
Mary Biza Barrow; Nina Marie Blanchard; Mary Rebecca Bolin; Ann Myatt Bowlus. ROW 2: Bethia Caffrey Brown, Mary Kathleen Brumfield, Nancy Jane 
Cenac. Glenda Tom Chambers, Martha Anne Colquitt, Mary Hallie Colquitt, Marie Jane Cookston, Linda Cooley, Dianne Bland Cuevas, Paula Sue Cum'e, 
Anne Carnal Daniel, Elizabeth Stafford Daniel, Nanette Elizabeth Dauterive, Suzanne Dodson. ROW 3: Lintot Margaret Douglas, Catherine J. Farrar, Mary Lynn 
Farrar, Shelley Ann Ford, Keanne Hopkins Fortier, Karen Johnette Franks, Wava Jean Frazer, Claudia Elizabeth Fritze, Bessie Fudickar, Jan Marie Fuller, Marsha 
Ann Gardiner, Mary Lynn Gardiner, Amanda Carroll Giffen, Karen' Renee Grann, Kayle Antonette Grann. ROW 4: Pamela Ragan Grantham, Diane Claire 
Gray, Linda Sue Hamilton, Melanie Harrell, Virginia Ann Heatherly, Pamela Osborne Hext, Virginia Kyle Hine, Karen Suzette Holden, Stella Rebecca Huene- 
feld, Lise Carol Hunger-ford, Pamela Joe Hurrelbrink, Jennifer Ida Johnson, Polly Sunshine Johnson, Susan Hatfield Johnson, Pamela Jean Jordon. ROW 5: 
Anita Jo Juban, Marlaine Marie Keigley, Sally Kelton, Gene Ann Klass, Virginia Elizabeth Kyle, Stephanie Bienvenue LaBorde, Sally Anne Levee, Judy Ellen 
Lindsay, Cynthia Anne Lowry, Carmelita Luikart, Nancy Lee Madden, Linda Malin, Vyvian Allyne Marshall. Susan Barbara Masson. Sis Carolyn Mather. ROW 6: 
Myra Lana McClure, Marley Dianne McFadden, Mae Garen McGregor, Mary Patricia McHardy, Roberta Jane McHardy, Elizabeth Garner McLean, Becky 
Lynn Melton, Carolyn Lucille Melton, Edith Ann Middleton, Melinda May Miller, Mary Ettie Mitchell, Mary Elizabeth Morse, Nadine Catherine Newlin. Jane 
Alice Noone, Katherine Louise Oakley. ROW 7: Hedwig Logan Ohlmeyer, Mary Gretchin Ohlmeyer, Betty Ruth Owens, Nancy Ellen Patrick, Diane Elizabeth 
Peek, Jane Barclay Peek, Susan Lois Peek, Judith Foulds Perry, Ann Bise Peterson, CharoHte Ann Poche, Karen Sue Porter, Pamela Ann Porter, Karen Ann 
Prevost, Branda Sue Prewitt, Ouida Margaret Prewitt. ROW 8: Beanor Kathryn Read, Helen Bizabeth Read, Dinah Sue Reese, Susan Ann Reinach, Jacqueline 
deBlanc, Connie Bea Rudd, Priscilla Ann Rutledge, Bizabeth Carol Salley, Sara Jane Sandlin, Devera Page Schrimser. Wendy Leigh Schroll, Charlotte Marie 
Selig, Janet Sevier, Mary Kate Sevier. Carolyn Ann SheKon. ROW 9: Andra Louise Singleton, Martha Jane Singleton, Jere Kay Smith. Edith Ann Stevens, Anite 
Kay Taylor. Carolyn Marie Tucker, Mary Margaret Turner, Nancy Tyndall. Susan Lee Vanderkuy, Cheri Verret, Jeanne O'Falbn Wallace, Kathryn Floan Waller, 
Beverly Walter, Terry Joan Waiter, Catherine Tucker Walvoord. ROW 10: Mary Anne Wells, Sally Chapman Westerveit, Cynthia Leigh Williams, Kathy Lee 
Willingham, Sherrill Womack, Arwin Scott Wright; Mrs. Virginia Malone; housemother. 



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ROW I : Laura Aim Horrel, president; Frances DM WBco*, first vice-president; AHhea Angel DeSalvo, second vice-p 



Barbara Jo Stephens, third vice-president; Kethryn AIM Davidson, treasurer; Andre* Jeanne Abedie; Katie n Ann Abedie; 
Rene* Louis* Abedie; Erin Kathleen Alen; Brenda Mari* Attain; Stephanie Kay Bares; Laura JaneB* Barnes. ROW 2: Kathleen 
Jim Bartek, Laura Lee Bass. Boabeth Ann Batckelor; Susan Frances Kze. Patricia AIM BUck. Anna Hameton BoCng. Brenda L 
Bradley. Janet Lee Brie*. Michili Mari* Briggs. Barbara Diane Broussard. Cynthia Louis* Brow.,, Pamela Thomas Brown. ROW 
3: Defer. AIM. Bums. Monica Sue Bums. Kim Caftan. Pamela AIM Canale. Catherine Alans Casey. Virginia Atyce Christian. 
Berthed* Mary Coles. Robin Sue Conkfin, Cornet* AIM Cook. Joel* Louis* Crochet. Kathleen Vanett. Cudd. Da. 
Deberard. ROW 4: .'icim'int Marcel Delatte. Janet M. Devin*. DeBsa Anne Dorsey. Gail Ann Dute*. Debra Jean 
g- Nancy Er-xa&ef B*ey JP 1 Ma-: e E-el' Oe-v Ar.ne fgue-oa a~'c:a An- c;^ ge , a . a Co.e~e Ma-'e f^o-e-s 
AIM* Fort*. Laura Susan Freeman. ROW 5: Mary Gwen Gaflaspy. Marian Mignon Gautreaio. J9 Marie Georg*. Diane Marie 

Robyn Bain* Hansen, Barbara Marie Hardin. 



Jan Lynette Cirtnghonn. Jane EOeen Gotautas. Page Net 
Debra AIM 

Fred* 



Harrington. Lyma Kay Harryman. Jo Anne King. ROW 6: Amanda Baine Ibert, Karen Marie Inzenga. Mary Lee 
ed* Lynn Lee. Tern Jean Leone. Patricia Ann Leveqee. Deborah AIM Love. Boabeth Rama Lowe. Martha Geneva 
Jean McCray. Mary A. McGovney. Linda Maria McQuiston. ROW 7: Virginia Adair Mabry. Marsh. Jean M*Mb 



Anna Martin. Joan Loosie Martin. Marsha AIM MaUnean. Nancy Ebabeth Meyer. Ann Boabeth Moore. KatUrin* 
Aim Morin. Jean Vaughan Naley. Claris* Carmen Nosing. Mary LwaB* C^Steen. J9 Pearson. ROW 8: Audrey Lynn* Peters, 
Gloria Bizabetti Potto. Karen Jean Pruitt. Donna AIM Richard. Mary Dean Richardson. Susan Tambn Richardson, Linda Mari* 
Roberts. Mary Biuberh Romero. Nancy Ruth Sanders. Rmette Louis* Scherer. Martha Louise ShiBington. Linda Louisa Styron. 
ROW 9: Susan Young Swindel. Tanya AIM Syfvest. Kathleen Teresa Tangney. Rebecca Louise Tedford. Deborah Tracey Tier. 
Cndy Dariana Troutman. Owendoryn Marie TroncUir, Cindy Lee Turner. Malanii Margaret Whipple. Mary Melissa WJMM. 
Frances Warren WKams. Patricia AIM WKairn. ROW 10: ABsa W3son, Diane Jan* Wondergen, Mrs. Ruth Dudfey. housem 



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ROW I : Hardy Fowler, president; Milton Moor*, vice-president; Tom Diano, trMSurw; Frank Osw. secretary; Ed Arbour; Steve 
BartWH; Clay Bland; Don Bohn; Don Bousquet. ROW 2: Travis Bousquet. Ewing Brown, Lucius Butts. Ed Cambon. Paul Cambon, 
Danny Cannon, Richard Cappel, Sam Carso. Tom Charpentier. ROW 3: Buff Colomb, Ed CoHon. Harry Crosby, David 
DeLouche. Jim DeSonier, Greg Ellis, Charles Favrot. Tom Favrot, Anthony Ford. ROW 4: Cyd Geary. Riclt Greene, Steve 
Guido, Joey Haddad, Walter Heard. Tom Higgins, Thorm Himel, Bruce Hoefer, Butch Huffman. ROW 5: Jack Jurgens, Scott 
Key, Jim Lenoir, David Luke, Hy McEnery, Peter McEnery, Joe McKown, Conrad Madden, Duncan Maginnis. ROW 6: Phil 
Martin, Frank Masselli, David Melius, Bill Myers, Tim Norton, Mark Palmer, Greg Pitts, George Pope, John Potts. ROW 7: Mike 
Prestia, John Randle, John Reeves, John Rice, M'rtch Richard, John Robin, Harlan Sager, Mike Schell, Tracy Schmidt. ROW 8: 
Rick Schoen, Bruce Scott, Tanker St. Paul. Cliff Sutter, Taylor Swayze, Frank Tessier, Toby TiHon, Bill Treadway, Ken Verlander. 
ROW 9: David Walke. John Waters. Doug Weimer, Tom Wesffeldt, Bill White, Robert Windes. Gordon Wogan, Doug Wynne, 
Mrs. Connie Simmons. 



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ROW I: John D*&rauw, prMidwit; Bob SappWuld. vicv-praxidW; Tony TMman, pUdg* educator; Sfov* K'rff*. traMurw; Sfrr* ShHUft. recording 
(cr^tary; John Trottw, corrvsponding tacre+ary; Mb AJvarai; Lane* Armttrong; Richard Balwr; Scott Bad; Rkdcy Banson. ROW 2: Wil Barry. Law'n Bran 
scomb. Harold Brandt, Burie Brvwstar. Ricky Bourgaois, Joey Borden, Mike Bodin, Bill Blackwood, Dura) Barnard, Scott Broussard. Steve Broussard. ROW 3: 
M!ke CaKhan. Bob Caplan. Bruce Cashio, Jack Coco. David Cole. Kevin Cole. Timmy CuKton. Dave Donaldson. BGot Dore. Tom Down, Tom Duhe. ROW 
4: Jere Ford, Gerry Gary, Sonny Gerxa. Ernie Gieger. Joe Grady, Frank Hartman, Bobby Hecker, Phil HindeUnq, Alan House. Matt Huff. Jack Jessup. 
ROW 5: Aubrey Jones. Hugh Joyner, Mike Rancher, Steve Kimbrel, Dirk Kinler. H Kipf. Jamie Kraft. Norman Lefarque, CaH Landry. Ross LJtHe. Kenny 
Uper. ROW 6: Dick McCutcheon, Doug McCutcheon. Craig Meek, Maury Mehr. Jim Morel. Herbert Newman. John Newman. Tommy Newman, Howard 
Naquin, Glen Papelbon, Joe Payne. ROW 7: Bill Pedeaux, Mike Peterson. Rick Posey. Chuck Powers, Keith Roberts, Kevin Roberts. Lynn Richey, Bert 
Robinson. Mark Robinson, Frank Rugeley. M Sappenfield. ROW 8: Steve Saragusa. Ronnie Sartele. Bruce Selers, Chris Sheedy, Keith SBman. Frank Snyder, 
U Stewart. Mark Wainwright. Harold Walker, Mike Weirmig. Mike WXiams. ROW 9: Waft WiKams, Wayne WaBams, Mom Ward, housemother; Kathy 
Mrrchel, sweetheart. 



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ROW I : Susan Ann* Dart, president; Jut* Ann 
sen. recording secretary; Jeanne Westyn Martin. 



Patricia Anne Harkins. pledge trainer; S. Lym Thome- 
ry; Diane Marie LJrette, treasurer; Cathay Lym Acuff; 
Micfcili Marie Barnard. ROW 2: PhyCs Am Beshei. 

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sard. Diane Christine Brown. Donna Louise Brown. Monica Lym Browning. Christel Mary Capdeviefte. Beverly Louise Carter. 
ROW 3: Boabetti Am Champ a mi. JoAme Coerver. Carmen Helette Cole. Mahta Lee CoUman. Jonele Adair Cooper, 
Barbara Young Costeio, Bbabeth H. Cotter. Jean Walace Cottar, Colean Martha CuBen. Sara Frances Culver. Adrieme 
CurrauH. Kaaren CutshaL ROW 4: Debra Am Dantin. Row Marie DeJohn. Mary Lou Dum. Deborah K Dupre. Marian OdeCa 
Eschete, Diana EnSujn, BUn Haming. Carolyn Dawn riilchai. Linda Gaudin, Susan Gnbert, Susan Elen Goldbach. Barbara 
Gravel. ROW 5: Ame Bbabeth Gumot. Grace Guttner. Carolyn Diaime Hadskey. Lydia Lee Havers. Jan Marie Hayden. Mary 
T. Heffron. Alans Marie Hobteed. Heidi Jane Hokteed. Mary Bbabeth Howel. 
AM Jamil ROW 6: PameU Jean Johnson. Carol Jean Jones. Mary AngeU Kaley. 
peter. Jaannia Kun. Jan Lacey. Deborah Ame Lay. Holy Hudson L*BW. Leslie Tudor LeBUnc, Maureen 
Maria Theresa McCUiand. ROW 7: Bbabeth Anderson McOendon. Debbie Madden. Mary Frances MarsigEa. Tern Martem. 
i CUire Martin, Deborah Charmeigne Montgomar). Debra Kay Moore, PameU AM Mom. Sharon Lym Mph. Kim Hani 



Mayo i. Lisa Adrian Maycm. Nancy Parrel Male. ROW 8: MeGnda Marie Nason, Mary Jane Neuner. Janet AM Noel. 
Kathryn LesCe Nuttel. Barbara Jean O'Friel. Bobbie Jean OlUefe. Carol AM OYeefe. Christina Marie Ourso. Frances Nel 
Pace. MeCssa Lee Palmer. Ramsey Marie Perron. Abbie Lynn Pesson. ROW 9: Cheryl Pecher. Susan Romaina Pruyn, Marion 
FJuhifh Remy, Norakate Bhabafh Richards. Cynthia Lynn RJey. Debra Sue Roane. Stephanie Am Rogers. Paula AM Root, 
Deborah Rowel. Nancy Scofield. Carolyn Sue Simpaon. Beth Seine Smith. ROW 10: Laurie Anne Smith. Susan Carol Solanas. 
PameU Spangle. Lym Smee Stair. Cynthia DIM S.emon. Karen Lym Sybrandy. Sharon Ruth Tabor. Roriyn Marie Tabor. Susan 
ffiitiirii r*. Mary Boabeth Tonry. Donee Lee Turtle. Daryl Janan Van OsdeL ROW 1 1: Gail Bkjn VasteHing, Frances Anita 

Wagusepect JuEe Katharine Weguespack. Karen Wafter. Diane Ward. Mary Lym Weber. Linda GaJ West. Lym Am Weder. 

Abigaa WiTs, Carla Wood. CUudia Yoste. Mrs. Erwin, f 



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ROW I : Roberta Reynolds, president; Kathleen Kenny, vice-president; Nadir 

social chairman; Winona Aguxin, Eve Airhart, Eva Ancona. ROW 2: Ann Avery, Mary 

dream. Pamela Brairford. Cheryl Breaud. Janet Cangelosi. ROW 3: Ann Duptantier, Tana Fascufto. Kim Foy, Linda Fulton, Patricia FuHon, Lasa 

Gotfoi, Joyce Guarisco. Kathleen Guarisco. ROW 4: JudHh Hammonds. Deborah Harm, Mary Frances Halm. Diane Hoover, Karen Julian. 

Lori Labourdette. Lynn LaPorte, Jennifer Lawrence. ROW 5: Virginia Lovaton, Kimberty McDade. Jocetyn MacDonald. Deborah Manda, 

Maria Micili. Karla Morales, Sue Morris. Vidri Papelbon. ROW 6: Patricia Parnel. Pamela Pennington, Catherine PhSps, Susan Russel. Merry 

Beth Seaton. Yvonne Serio. Sylvia Sheridan. Fran Smith. ROW 7: Suzan Sulwold. Barbara Threadgil, Kathleen Tool, Paulina Troncale. Nancy 

Turner. Sara VSardo, Monica Watson. Margaret White. ROW 8: Mrs. Gene Murphy, housemother. 



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Anderson. Mike Arnold, Mike Sabers. W> Baiter. Barber. Dale Baringer. Denis Barry, Ed Bass. ROW 2: Greg Benhard. Hals Benhard. Martyr, 
Bennett. Decry! Beplay, Mark Blanton, Danny Booras, Robert Boston, Frank Bream, Terry Breaux, Terry Brousseau. Tommy Brown, Harold Brumfield, 
Paul Burns, Bob Butler. ROW 3: Don T. Caffery. Craig Campbel. George Cobb. Bart Conradi, John Cotter, John Cowan. Jeff Grain, Eddie 
Crews, Scott Crichton, Ged Daigre, David D'Antoni, Frank D'Autremont. Jay Davis. Shelby Davis. ROW 4: John Duncan, Bob Duck. BMy Edring- 
ton, Mike Faufcenberry. Tommy Ferguson, George Gainnie, Don Garrot. Benton Gay. Glenn Gay. B<1 Goodwin. John Goodwin, Bobby Gordon. 
Greg Gr.rrJton, Hampton Grunewald. ROW 5: Frank Gusmus, Robert Hanson, Wffiam Henry. Chuck Hebert. DavkJ Hesse, Sonny Hicks. John 
Hilton. Robert Holmes. Paul Holsten, Harland Hundley, George Huye. Hank Jews. David Johnson. Brent Kinchen. ROW 6: Sonny IGrby, Jay 
Knox, Ken LeBUnc. ComrOe LemoJne. Dan Marquardt. Kevin McBride. Tom McBride. Jerry McOaniel. Robert McGowen, Ben McMath, Troy 
MiddUton. Greg Mobley. John Moores, Chip Morela. ROW 7: Ride r<amie. Butch Nash, Morgan O'Brien. Tommy O'Brien, Mike Parker, Johnny 
Pastorek, Skipper Peel. Randy PUisance. Steve PcJ. Nye Pofiti, Craig Pontfff. Jack Pope, Scott Prichard, Ronnie Ray. ROW 8: Mike Rayburn. Neil 
Record. Rodney Reeves. Dickie Robichauz, Rene Robichaux, Tommy Robinson. Dee Ross, Kirk Roussett, Dan Rupley, Mark Rupley. Bill Schmid, 
Briggs Scott. Jorge Serrano, Conrad Sevier. ROW 9: Charlie Severance. Mike Sijtrunk, Mike Stanberry. David Stewart. Hal StieJ. Mark Sutton, 
Tommy TeepeH, Craig Thomson, Steve Thomson, Fuoy Thurston, Greg Tonore, Steve Tonore, Tommy Wai, Dusty Ward. ROW 10: Bffl Watson. 
B> Welch. Kenny Wilkinson. Alan Waiamson, Bobby WBson, Paul WSson. Gene Wirth. Charles Wood. John Wood. Maltey Warren, sweetheart; 
Enrique Blanco, Mrs. Norman, 



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, pledge trainer; Judy Gore, efficiency; Barbara Rafter. 



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Yvonne Sendoz, recording secretary; Imogene Baker, treasurer; Cheri Adams; Nancy Ankele; Louisa Aray; Linda Aungst; Gwen Cardona; 
Maura Carmoucha; Gail CUrk. ROW 2: Carol CoBer. Kathe Gumming, Cynthia Daniels, Linda Dean, Noal Demarest. Lorinda DeVriai, 
Baanor Donaldson. Mary Aim Dytai, MaGnda Dykas, LydU Edwards, Carol EKs, LaWie Evans. Kathy Farrar. ROW 3: Donna Fauk. Caftry 
Faust. Joanna Franch. Kim Sarrt. Jaannina GaraU. Mary &, CUira 6oldsormy. Carlaan Gordon. Barbara Gora. Mary Elan Harrarman. 
JoRa Harris, Mariryn Harwal. Nancy Haydan. ROW 4: Mary 8. Mayas. Ivy Hadqeock. MatOda Hoafar, Kata Hunsickar. Nancy lias, 
Maribatti Jaubarf. Kafhy Johwton. Barbara Kaamy. Shannon Kalay. Chris Kaly. Anna KnobUs, Susan LaRaur. Susan Laird. ROW 5: Carol 
Lambrwnont. Suoa Lambramonf. Sualan Lang. Dianna Lanius, Vickia Lamox, Hala 



iuav, Anna Lewis, Peggy Long, Becky Lusk, Cathy 
McLemore. Terry Miner, Laura Mincher, Velaria MoralocL ROW 6: Cindy Murrel, Diane Musson, Julie Nelson. Rosa Norman, Louisa 
Nunnaly. Margie O'Connor, Mag Orr, Priscila Ourso. Martha Pesquier. Paula Peatross. Katharine Paftiar, Patty Paten, Lisa Peterson. 
ROW 7: Joan PtarHnuer, Nancy Porkorny, Anna Provosty. Holy Pumphray, Lisa Ouinn. Kathy Richardson, Donna Rogers, Debra Rone, 
Petti Rooney, Meg Ropp, Ginny Roy. Georgette Scheefer, Jane Schiele. ROW 8: Liz ScWoegel. Patty Schroeder. Christy Scoggins. Jufie 
Sefcy, Betty Settie, Susan Smyth. Bobby Gene Stout. Carofyn Strain, Mary Arm Strian. Karla Swacker. Tracy Taft, Peggy Taylor, Jam 
Teague. ROW 9: Ann Thompson, Llewelyn Thompson, Marilyn Thompson. Jenny Traan, Saly Turner, Ro Rene Ulmar, Gana Van Laanan, 
Rounne Van Zerfden. Kitty Von Gohren. Nel Ware. Mary Ann Webb. Judy West. Meiinda Whatiey. ROW 10: Becky W3es, Ly 
WXams. Use Wolfe, Barbara Yates. 



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ROW I : Krista N', president; Gate Curtis, vice-president; Mary Gayle MHchel, secretary; Sharon Farmer, treasurer; Linda Usary, assist 
ant treasurer; Lee E. Fraziar, editor; Carolyn Patterson, membership chairman; Jerry Ackel; Alice Adkins; Marvis Andenon; Path* Appal; 
Wendy Arhenold; Diana Askew. ROW 2: Georgeanne Austin, Barbara Beinvenue, Patty Bellinger. Bobbie Bobo, Stephanie Bohrer, Sally 
Bolich, Lucy Borne, Bynn Bosworth, Susan Borworth, Chaffy Bratchar, Tarry Brooks, Georgia Brown, Laurie Brown. ROW 3: Bob Bruce, Jo 
Bruce, Brook Cadwalder, Louise Carr, Cathy Caihmer, Calire Cofer, Pat Copeland. Ln Cross, Wanda Kay Daniel, HoJIi Dickinson, Nancy 
Dinkins, Beverly Doles, Jan Dominque. ROW 4: Susan Faherty, Dawn Farmer, Kay Faulk. Ln Rsher, Mary Fisher. Pat Freeman. Jan Gilles 
pie, Linda Gimma, Margaret Glassel, Ginger Green, Marsha Grimm, Gwen Guidry, Tracy Hall. ROW 5: Jan Hansbrough. Mary HIen 
Harper. Ann Haganwald, Luch Hetiel, Lisa Hoffpauir. Pat Huffman. Carol Jordon, Charlotte Kidd, Paula Sue Kilpatrick, Becky King, Jan 
King, Rebo King, Suzanne King. ROW 6: Judy Kneipp, Susan Knight, Christie Lain, Judy Lank, Debbie LeGrange. Becky Leville, Cindy 
Liner, Nancy Litton, Karen Luke, Becky Major, Deirdre Maher, Randy McCall, Kathy McNamara. ROW 7: Shriley McKnight, Donna Melius, 
Laura Milk, Ann Mitchell, Cece Moran, Tune Munson, Katharine Napper, Margaret Neikon, Martha Nolan. Mary Jo Nolan, Louise Nor- 
man, Patsy Ogletraa, Lucy Oliver. ROW 8: Madeline Oken, Vicky Ott. Theresa Ott. Jan O'Neil, Sharon Palmer, Katy Patton, (Catherine 
Percy, Monica Pesnell, Kathy PHtman, Jo Ann Plough, Marion Porterie, Charel Powers. Kathy Rainold. ROW 9: Anne Ratd'rff, Mary Francis 
Ratclrff, Becky Rayburn, Kit Reilry, Susan Richards, Sherry Rives. Mary Kay Robinson, Pat Sartain, Becky Schele, Lynelle S. Schexnayder 
Sharon Sewefl, Mary Sue Slack, Jennifer Smith. ROW 10: Lynn Snyder, Cindy Springgate. Mary Jo Starrer, Janie Stander. Susie Stander, 
Rosalyn Strain, Mimi Swinney, Mary Claire Thurston, Caroh/n Townsend, Banell Trahan. Sherry Tschim, Debbie Tucker. Jenny Vernon. ROW 
1 1 : Clydene Weathersby. La Westerfield. Pat Walace. Amy WiTiams, Becky Willey. Merrial Wiley, Charlotte WSton. Debbie WoHeback, 
Amelia Wood, Melanie Woodward, Sarah Zoler. 



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ROW I : Katharine LyneJ Chance, president; Jean Aim Smith, Karen Lynn Alan. Manette Sartain. Beth Queen. Diana Danlay. Nancy Anna Asbury, 
Peggy Branchl* Baldwin, Rabacca Snefl Bancroft, Joyce GWpi Barkerding, June Zartarain Bertucci, Cynthia BUdsoe. Margaret Wynne Bohfte. 
Rebecca Jane Brantiey. ROW 2: Mary Lynn Bratton, Laigh BuHman, Ann Kimberlin Butcher. Marcy Campbal. Karen Chamblin, Catharine Ann 
Chance, Cathryn Lyon CKicola, Deborah Chidlow. Mich*!* Louisa Coiron, Page Susan Conway, Martha Cool. Julie Cotton, Jane Crosby, Peggy 
Majorie Cross. ROW 3: Jffl Currie, Catherine Elizabeth Curry, Jeanne Marie DeJean, Anastasia E. Demopuloi, Elizabeth Chiplay Devlin, Susan 
OwooJ, Alice Erni, Charlene Ann Everett, Lynn Favrot, Brenda Elizabeth Farrefl, Carolyn Foster, Frances Freilar, Phyllis rromherz. Marcie Elizabeth 
Gist. ROW 4: Mary Hazel Gladney. Nancy Gordon, Diane Gravel, Gay Ann Hal. Sally Hamilton, Mary Elizabeth Harang. Annette Marie Hardie, 
Janet Kay Hart, Julia Virginia Hawkins, Linda Hawthorne, Corinne Henderson. Helen Hickman. Suzanne Hopkins. ROW 5: Diane Casllda Huft, Lynn 
Huft, Lucy Humble. Jean Hundley. Anne Hutchinson, Marjorie John, Susan Elizabeth Joseph, Meianie Susan Jouett, Francis LiHian Kaysar, Deborah 
Katy. Leslie King Hart, March King, Karen Ann KroH, Debbie Ladyman, Lillian Lamb. ROW 6: Jessica Lancaster, Mary Virginia Lancaster, Marie- 
Vrginie LaLong, Linda Lee Lantz, Laura Kay Lewis, Janice Marcel Lockf.n. Mary Stanard Lorio, Mary UKs Lott, Anna Maria Lynch. Martha 
McCWUnd. Shaty McCoy. Mary McGuffy, Robin Maignan Marie. Ruth Rasch Marie. ROW 7: Margaret Mayan. Chariot Aim Miller. Kettey Miller, 
Susan Lee Minix, Anita Morrison, Victoria Kay Muller, Sarah Anne Munson, Charlotte Murchison, JuEa Murchison, Laura Lee Owens, Edith Charlotte 
Parker. Lorri Parks. Francis Curry Prosser. ROW 8: Marsha Lee Recknagel, Leslie Claire Roberts, MaUnie Rogers, Charlotte Sartain. Rae Read 
Schoonmaker, Helen Saber, Laura Franklin Shaw, Paula Deeme Slack, Barbara Sneed, Maryann Spurgin, Margaret Mary Stagg, Susan Stiel, Leah Gail 
SuKvan. Susan Swander. ROW 9: Suzanne Taylor, Marie Annette Thariot, Cathy Trichal. Texas Mitchell Tucker. Carolyn Van Zandt, Mary Kathleen 
Vorrr, Ginny Walk*. Marjoria Kay Warren. Malory Warren. Chastine Wattan, Margaret Ruth Watson. Paula Weir. Laurel Wetherby. Elan Jane 
WiKams. ROW 10: Jan Laren WiKams. Stephanie Ann Wilson, Nancy Jean Wright, Madeline Woff. Susan Youngblood, Harriet Denmary, housanv 



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ROW I: Cliff. Ljbord., prnidwif; HUrmin 6nwr. vic^pr 
niM; Bobby D^igU, ^cr^.ry; Low* Ad*rm; Dido* AUrio; Jody Afewt; Jwn AiUw; Dwmy Ayvs; Paul B*not; Dwnis IWQWOII; Jim 
BtK*rd. ROW 2: Hor.c. M. Gr^ BoUn. Bruc* BoRn. David Briggt, Mac Bulock. CUud Bundrick. Jim Burfcwr. Warrwi Byrd, Brian 
Campba. KUnry CarvflU. H ConJy. St.v. Cool. CWt Coopw. ROW 3: &* Couiok. Scott Crawford, B9 CrigUr. John D'anoa. 
Kirk DavH. Junot D'oon, Jim DowGng. hUwt Oraka. Jim Dry. Jim Dugan. Jim Dopont, SUlby East4y. Mark Evam. ROW 4: Jay FMT. 
Rorni* RdMr. Chris Hal. John Ranon. Doug Goff. Ria Gonzalo. Jad Crampon. Frad Harparstam. Frankia Harm, Kly Harmon, 
Mark Havat. Stav* Haama, Chris HarpW. ROW 5: Tom Hayl. Richard H9Ur. Aldan Holo-ay, John Horton. Bo Howard, Don Howard. 
M!ka Howrf. Mark Hronadka. John Huff. Roy Jamas, Sonny Jaffary, Eddie Johnson. Frad Johnson. ROW 6: Bart Jonas, Randy KSgora, 
Rad KSgora. Sfeva King. Eddia Knight. BiVy Knoblas. John Kotehctiky. Gary LaBorda. Kan LaBorda. Toby Landry. Lambart Laparousa. 
Ed Loyd. Shafey Low.. ROW 7: Jimmy Lynn, John Matthews, KaHh Maaon. Max Maxwrf. El McCai. Pat McConathy. Bob McOaskay, 
David McCoy. Jack McEKgot, Kan Minchaw. Alac Moa. f. A. Moore. George Moore. ROW 8: David Murphy. Tommy Murphy, Hunt 
Odom, Don Oliver, Barron O'Neal. Ed Patrick. Jim Patrick, Johnny Pat+on, Maada Patton. Troy Patterson. Wayne PHre. Marc Rabun, 
Dems Ray. ROW 9: H Reid, Pat Reesby. Bo Richardson. Kl RiWy, John Robbins. Nolan Sandoz. Vic Sevier, Ken Shea. Chris Simpson. 
Doug Sloane. Phil Smith. Curt Sonderberg, Kt Stevens. ROW 10: Ford Stinson, Lee Stewart. Tommy Tafcot. Gene Taylor, Cad Turpin, 
Steve Vogt, Mike Wampold. Richard Wampold. Jimmy Watkins, Brad Way. Bo Wicker, Mike Wilson, Jesse WWnbeHy. ROW 1 1: Jim 
Woodward, Rusty Woodard. Bubba Wyh/. Tom Yeager. Chip Young. Andy Zmnia. Mrs. Norma Hula, housemother. 



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ROW I: Thomas Pugh, orescent; Taylor Derden, vic.-pr.sy.nt; Rocky Eschenburg. tr^sur; RoUrt Howard. sKrrtary; Skipper Drort. rush 
chairman; DaW Van GWder. fratwrwty wJucator; Hugh Hair; DavkJ Burns. ROW 2: Gary Bums, Harold Bums. MiehaJ Ooyd, Miny CoU. 
Day CrumWey. Rog^ D.Kay. Fr*Jick Ealand, Gng EaUnd. ROW 3: Norman Fefcr. Nl Frari. Robwi 6ardn, Scott 6randbouch.. 
Bruc* Hydn, WSiam Hwming. St. Hippard, Norman Horn. ROW 4: WBUm Hudson, Alati Jackson. Jack Juriskh, OavkJ Kaly. KMwMi 
Landry. Bill LangUy. WKam Larimore. CCfton Lae. ROW 5: Janws LyU. Waymon Lynn. WBKam Lynn, Kim Mayhal. Michaal Mayhal. Cttarlas 
Moffatt. Robart MoKatt, Grag Morgan. ROW 6: Robert R, B>y Raich. Robart Raich. James Sanders. Randy Sutton. Kfichaal Tricon. 
Harry Trowfaridga. Binjimhi Waftar. ROW 7: Carrol WBiamt, Leon WiKams, Buford Jonas, honorary prewdent; Bartha Robanon; Estw 
Taskar; LJKan Mayne. KoutemohW; Margaret Parker; crescent girl; Inuk I 



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So you want to be a BMOC, but you're starting 
from scratch. You figure student government isn't 
the trip because you just get caught in circles with 
the administration. Besides, who wants to be a 
faceless bureaucrat? 

So how does one make it big without mother's 
apron strings to climb on? 

You still don't have the answer as you go watch 
the Almighty Tigers trounce the underdogs in a 
true display of that proverbial Southern Hospital- 
ity, 

Cold Coosh Coosh, 

Hot boudin, 

C'mon Tigers let's win, 

Heh? 

It's Sunday morning now. You got cottonmouth 
from drinking too much Dixie with the gang. You 
decide to be alone. 

Walk by the lakes, It's hip to be alone with 
nature. And all those stately houses, manicured 
lawns. Ah ... that's the life. 
If only that life was for you . . . just imagine. 

Ahhhhhhhhhh . . . 

But why can't that be for you? You're just as 
good as them. 

Dash back to the dorm . . . time to get slickered 
up. Pull a comb through those locks, shine your 
shoes with yesterday's dirty jeans . . . splash on 
some Avon (and you thought you could never use 
that present from Aunt Matilda) and get into some 
spiffy threads. 

Now for the test. The art of flimflamming. Slip in 
the door quickly so they won't realize you're walk- 
ing. Tell them about last summer at the country 
club. The flight to Europe. 

They don't do much checking if you pull a good 
snow job. They're impressed, and you get an invita- 
tion to pledge. 

That's half the job. 
But WOW! That first payment . . . what a rip off! 

There's no way you can keep that kind of money 
flowing, and to top it off they didn't come through 
with the student job they promised to get you in 
the Union. 

And how about all the odd jobs to prove your 
worthiness? Hell, slavery ended after the Civil War 
didn't it? 

But that ride last night, especially with a biology 
test the next morning. That's just too much. 

Damn it! It's time to show that you aren't the 
scum of the Earth. 

So Quit! 

But think . . . you were in one of those Greek 
socials. You know how they work . . . why not set 
up your own? 




Rent a house on Alaska St. You can promise a real Option IV; tell Reddoch 
to take his Option III 1/2 and cram it. 

Buy a shag carpet from Globe . . . order sixty boxes of paper matches from 
Balfour's . . . some napkins. 

You need some funny looking letters. Usually three. And a crest. There were 
some letters in the Union Bookstore that no one seemed to buy. At least none 
of the cars had them on the back windows. 

ZEX . . . looks good, even if you don't know what it means. And there was a 
crest too. Pretty . . . lilly white knight's helment. And gold rays like they're 
coming from the sun. Why, when you get pledges, you can tell them it's for 
divine guidance. 

Let's see . . . matches, napkins, shag carpet, funny looking letters, a fancy 
crest. Now all you need is a keg of beer (small one . . . just tell them you ran 
out because so many came earlier). 

When you do run out let them drive you to a bar and buy you a beer. 

Anyway they want to be your pledges! 

Ahhhh . . . you're a big name on campus now and can lean on their shoul- 
ders and say to the ones who meet your approval, "You're one of us." 



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ROW I : Charles LeCompt, president; George Hayes, vice-president; Danny McCoemi. treasurer; John Pearson, secretary; Steve DeCuir. 
pledge frainw: David AdUr; M'hat AdUr; Alwi Andanon. ROW 2: Shiriay Amghi, Michaat Bulard. HUnry Budi. Paul Cacioppo, Chri 
Calandro, Doug Canning, Charlm Carmichaal. Jarry Conrad. ROW 3: Jamas Cook. Sidney Cousans. George Cowand. Philip DiSahro, Gary 
Faciene. Ronald Fausf, Ronald FerffHa, Jamas Fisher. ROW 4: Duke Galagher. Thomas Gandy, Jack Glover, Michael Guevara, Ric Guevara, 
KaH Hansen. Kevin Hwgie. WWam Hodges. ROW 5: John Holand. Thomas Jeter, James Johnston. Kirk Jones, Gary McConnel, ATidore 
Mahler, WhH Martin. Lynn MHchel. ROW 6: Robert Moore. Dan Murphy. Lance Newman. Howard Parker, Donn Pickering, Richard Ross, 
Joseph Schaefer. Robert Scheffy. ROW 7: Chip Seidel. Warren Sheppard. Patrick Taylor, Sammy Terito, Robert Thompson, PhXp Verner. 
Arthur Zatarain, Mickey Zatarain. ROW 8: Mary Farmer, housemother; Patricia LeBUnc, sweetheart. 



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Harris Dabdoub. historian; Mart WCem Alberty, corresponding secretary: Bruce Baker; WiKam Victor Bosch; Leslie Barnard 
Boudreaui Jr.; Scott Walker BriMtart. ROW 2: Mart Stephen Brttx. R'lchard Alan Brown, Warrar CGftoti Brown. Richard Conrwr 
"Byrd. DanM Laa Callihan. Jacbon Morgan Coolay. Sraoxxy Wada David. Mard Emanon Davn. Thomai CartyU Davit. ROW 3: 
Stphan Fradarick Duncan. Gragory Wada Evans. Thomai Richard Fort. MM WBiam Gardnar, Harold Scott GilrMth. Burton 
Paul Guidry. Jamas Scott Gwin. Curtis Cariyta Humphris. Robart Morris Inabnat. ROW 4: Joal Hamilton Johnson. David 
JoMph LaCosta. Michaal Euoana UughGn. Douglas Rots LaBanc. Waltar John Lagar Jr., Harry Christian Loahr III. Lane* 
Josaph Louviara. Roy Andraw Lundy, AKrin Eiroy McCann. ROW 5: Rickia Morris McOanial. Richard Jamas McGfvarn. Ronald 
McUughGn. John Marion McLaan, David Pipas Mils II. John Warth Mundingar Jr., Mark Frank Naal, Scott Patanon NasiMtt. 
Andraw Jay Parry. ROW 6: Wendell Alan Porth Jr., Christophar Frank Prrtchatt. Rkhard Frank O'Brian. WSKam Jordon 
O'Brian. Crarf PWT.p RabaU. Richard Gaorga Rawia. Jack Bormar Rattig, Tarry Lynn RiddU. Kannath Scott Robinson. ROW 7: 
Gary Laa Salmon. John Michaal Savage. Sarrford Laa Scott. Russal Daan Salan. J. Wafcar Smrth. Staphan Stiirat, Robart 
Charles Swnral. Richard Farris Tonory. Mark A. Tappmayar. ROW 8: Edward Okrnay Taufcaa IV. Peter dare Traynham. Robart 
Marsal Vattar. W3Kam Sayla Way Jr^ Tyrone Andrews WhrHey. Richard Wayne Wolcott. Mark Staffing Wamar. David John 
Zarfen. LITTLE SISTERS: Catherine Am Buras. ROW 9: Deborah Aim Bryan. Kathy Dawn Higgins, BXa Lynn Garrett. Marchs 
Mark. JudHh Aim Montgomary. Calin Ann Murphy. Lynn Am Widen Mrs. Sue Motley, housemother; Arthur L Roberts, 
faculty adviser. 



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ROW I: Timothy W. Shurtz. prwidMtt; Jeffrey D. Schowi. vic-priidnt; WOUm W. Liddcl, trMiurw; Stphn A. Bra, corrviponding 
icrtry; W9Um T. Lowary, recording icrt*ry; Gary Acoita; Arthur P. Amafo; Branf J. Bo. ROW 2: Robwi B. Bolan, Robwi K. BrnoUr* 
Ch*rW D. Brooks. David B. Bru. Edward C. Calii, Bruc* R. Cannon, John W. Coon, St.x. M. Coulon. ROW 3: WHIiam E. Cruikshank, Bruc* F. 
Cucchiara. Charles V. Cucimono. Tarrenca Donahue, Richard L Richer. John T. Fonfenot. Ronald W. Gilbert, Evan P. Hal. ROW 4: J. 
Kenneth Harmon. William W. Hazel. Richard A. Hazel. Ludwig C. Heintz, Emil T. Heuer. William E. Mar, A. E. Jehle. Douglas L Jehle. ROW 
5: Dudley W. Jenkins. Gary T. Jenkins, Tristan Junius, Danny P. Kern. David J. Kirtwood. Gerald A. Kirlrwood, John Laborde. Stephen D. 
IJddeH. ROW 6: Robert C. Lowery. Randal R. Mereier, Stephen L McConnel, David R. McWhorter. Louis J. Muro. Robert G. Myers, 
Jeffrey D. Pitts, Dennis D. RHter. ROW 7: Rudolph B. Roessle. Michael J. Romero. E. Wade Shows, Glen E. Sins, Jay Torda, Bruce T. Trahem. 
Stephen T. Wlmberly. Richard L Zieve. ROW 8: Mildred H. Freeman, housemother. 



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Ronnie Catalanotto. Paul Comer. Anthony Culotta. Richard Crawford, deve DaigU, Shane DaigU, Paul DSeo. ROW 3: Vincent D3eo. WiTiam Donnelly, 
Morris Doize. Daniel Douglass, Tommy Douglass, Don Dufresne, Christian Bcbnan. Richard Faioni, Henry Felon, Paul Farter. Kevin Fischer. ROW 4: Paul 
Fleming, David Scott Forrest. Kevin Gelatas, Jerry Gammons, KM Gardner. Earl Garrfty. Robert Grisoli, Oodry Gros, Paul Guidry. Paul Guitrau. Michael 
Haase. ROW 5: Guy Hertmeier. Stephen Hehrig. James Hoffman. John Hoffman. Preston Molten, David Hughes, Jay Joyner. Calvin Hotz. Philip Kurica. 
Donald Laborde. Daid LaFargue. ROW 6: Michael LaHeur. David LaRose. Michael Lettanc, Gerald Lewis. Michael Lews, Daniel Lyons, John Lyons, Gary 
McCarthy, Daniel Meckey. Anthony Merino. Daniel Mertmy. ROW 7: L J. Mayeux. Ian Marks, Mark Moon. Michael Monceaux, James Morphis. Dale 
Morvarrt, Michael Ofinde. Paul Olivier, Justin Ourso. John Parks, Michael Parks. ROW 8: Robert Perret, Greg PhSKps, Frederia PUeger. Joseph Robstock, 
Joseph Rozo. Sheldon Roy. BU'ne Selatich. Michael Sinclair, Angelo Spinato. John Steen. Stanford Stokentheler. ROW 9: Anthony Tedtock, Thomas Tanner. 
BU-r Tighe. Robert Thomas. MeJvin Triay. Guy VOaveso. Wendel Weeden. Richard Wright. PhXp ZoKnger; Nina McCarthy. Sweetheart; MUred Porter. 



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ROW I: Carolyn Roberts, president; Marguerite Lorraine Romero, vice-president; Carol Aim Daigre. recording secretary; Patricia Pierson, corre- 
sponding secretary: Barbara Hardaway. treasurer; Betty Sutherland, pledge trainer; Beverly Bailey, ruth chairman; Cynthia Abide; Samera Abide; 
Margaret Suzanne AKord; Janet Anderson; Marlene Arthur; Sheley Bahan; Elen Baker. ROW 2: Susan Inez Baker. JaneH Bankston, Mary Jon Barbay, 
Kathleen Bardy. Charlotte Bateman. Cathy A. Beabey. Martha Beiou. Barbara Jan Berts. Patricia Bettj, Rondi Black, Mary Adair Bookout. Penny 
BorreK, Johanna Marcy Boucher. ROW 3: Robin Kim BriUy. Nancy Brooks. Ann Brown. Mary Aim Cafcoun. Pamela Calonje. PameU Cannon, Muj^i 
Carr, Nennette Chauvin. Francesca Clesi. Christioe Coleman, Linda Colquitt. Claire Conrad, Susan Conrad. Carolyn Cremaldi. ROW 4: Catherine 
Jane Daigre, Ann Patricia Daniel, Cerra Daniel, Bizabeth Dardeene, Susan David, Susan Debogory, Sharon Deiery, Nancy Dicharry, Charlene Doyle. 
Susan Drury, Debbie Aim Duke, Barbara Dunaway, Deborah Marie Dupuy. Judith Arm Erwin. ROW 5: Carmen Rrmin, Bizabeth Hatau. Diana Sail 
Fontenot. BUn Marie Gibson. Maureen Gossen. Angela Grace. Catherine Gregorio. BUn Guglielmo, Bizabeth Anne HUckbarth, Nancy Hardaway, 
Ann Townsend Harmon, Pamela Suzanne Hayden. Sheley Raye Hayes, Peggy Jo Hazel. ROW 6: Donna Heitman. Bva Hile, Jo BUn HoHaday. 
Dorothy Hudson, Melanie Jarre* 1 , Barbara Jones, SeKe Jones, Rose Marie Karam, Jennifer Kaufman. Mary Karharine Kimmitt, Jan Koepp, Emily 
Kyzar, Ruth Helen Lamont, Leslie Lanusse. ROW 7: Jennie Larson. Dine Lattie, Susan Laughlin, Laura Lea, Deborah Arm Lee. Mary Arm Leininger, 
Ann Debra Leslie. Mary Lynn Lewis, Maia Luikhart. Diana McBride. Martha Jane McCarley, Paula McDermott. Brenda McKay. Yvonne McKetvey. 
OW 8: Phyfts Mansour. Karen Medo. Joan Lynn MeW. Martha Jane MrHs. Stephanie Morrogh. Patricia Naremore, Sharon Naremore. Linda Carol 
Nelson, Leslie Norman, Jo BUn Norton, Em3y PhiKps, Aimee Platte. Bonnie Randal. Mary Victoria Reed. ROW 9: Leslie Rekhle, Rebecca Reynolds, 
Jennie Robertson, Lynn Rochkind, Joan Schaefer, Debra Kay Schexnayder, Cynthia Sexton. Elizabeth Lee Shaw. Kandice Sibley. Susan Simon. Peggy 
Jo Simpson, Vivian Smith, Cheryl Steward, Wendy Tangman. ROW 10: Katheine Lynn Terral, Jane BUn Thompson. Kathleen Timmim, Anne Tor- 
ranee. Deborah Torrance. Helen Diane Townsend; Mary Michael Voefcel, Janet Walden, Sandra Ward. Jane Watkins, PauU Wilbert, Susan Woods. 
Mrs. Helen Cooper, housemother. 



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ROW I : Claudette LeBlanc, president; Marion Catherine Champion, vice-president for moral advancement; Melanie Ann Marcelo, vice-president for 
social advancement; Teresa Ann Townsend, vice-president for mental advancement; Patricia Hal, secretary; (Catherine Hutchins, treasurer; Wylma 
Lane Gisdard, membership chairman; Mary Grey Alexander Louise Aldridge; Lynn Bani; Jane Arm Barnard; Marion Suzanne Bensabat; Barbara Faith 
Btanton; Marian Azele Began. ROW 2: Margaret Ruth Bordeion. Liabeth Ann Bowen, Margaret dare Brady. Lois Ann Bumgarner, Mary Helen Burns, 
Cynthia Kay Burns, Mary Beth Bums, Becky Arm CarviHe, Pamela Teresa Casey, Bynn Otis Cassidy, Patricia Chadwick, Michelle Chapman, Lise Ann 
Charbonnet, Diana Louise Cheek. ROW 3: Nancy Stuart Clark. Julie Ann CoKe. Kathleen Bain Coffins, KeRy Cousins, Margaret Mason Craddock, 
Mary Lee Craig. Sarah Holt Craig. Katharine Crawford. Deborah Arm Crotty, Sydney Ann Culey. Nancy Jo Curry, Sherri Lynn DeJean, Eva Marie 
de Laureal, Donna Kay Demanzuk. ROW 4: Laura Robbins Duffy, Catherine Claire Dupuy, Deborah Lynne Eagan, Linda Eberhardt, Karen Jo Bston, 
Alison Flowers, Kathleen Fontenot, Jan Louise Garrtty. Peggy Garitty, Margaret Bise Garrett, Marilyn Garrett, Susan Annette Garver, Lynn Gran- 
berry, Mary Graugnard. ROW 5: Nancy Ann Graugnard, Sally Maria Graugnard, Patricia Del Green, Mary Kay Guidry, Laetftia Arm Haines, Rachel 
Marie Harmon, Margaret Elizabeth Harris. Nancy Bernard Harris. Betsy Harwood, Lisa Herbert, Catherine Hodge, Patricia Hogan, Joanne Huhberg. 
Frances Pig Hungerford. ROW 6: Martha Ann Jeffords, Eve Redmond Kahao. Eileen Kean. Ruth Coleen Kean. Nanette Marie Koch. Lynn E. 
LaBreche, Mary Elizabeth LeBlanc. Kathy Leake. Mary Etta Lewis. Kathleen Marie Loe. Laurie McCaskey. Susan R. McConnel. Patricia Kather 
Mclver, Nancy McNutt. ROW 7: Mary May. Tern Shawn May. Melanie Katharin Mayer, Billie Joyce Mitchell. Connie Louise Mixon. MeKssa W. 
Moles, Judith Ann Montgomery, Judith Moore, Donna Jeanne Moorer, Penelope Carson Morris, Donna M. Muffins, Pamela A. Musso, Joni Ann 
Nasca. Marti Waddad Nelson. ROW 8: Don! Ramona Neufeld. Ave Newton. Nancy Norman. Kathleen Orr. Lori Jean Patterson. Paige Patton, Nancy 
Peevey, Nancy Bryan Prothro, Jan Rhorer, Sharon Randal, Cynthia R. Rivers, Katharine Celi Roberts, Janine Robichaix, Maureen EEzabet Roche. 
ROW 9: LJffia E. Roy. Helen Anne Sage. Patricia S. Sandefer, Marie A. Savoie. Cynthia Kay Scott, Kittie Seyburn. Robin Lee Stinkard. Mary 
Margaret Smith, Shelley Smith, Carey Lee Svobada. Nancy Susan Taley, Lyn Murchtson Taylor, Mary Anne Taylor. Ten Lynne TerrOI. ROW 10: O. 
Grace Thompson, Sharon Key Tomberlin, Suzanne Trappey, Florence Turner, Diane A. Weiss, Karen Whatley, Patricia Whited, Emity Wofford, 
Corirme M. Wood; Mom Whitney. I 



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ROW I: Van Hess Mummert. president; Don Eugene Oswald, vice-president; Gary Dean Louis, secretary: MM! Jackson 
ChatfcaB. ImiMli Kely Vincent Telamo Jr., Jnqren coeroWtor; James Dayton Braw; RotMrt Marion BuO. ROW 2: 
TkMMt Busby. Gary Way*. CmuJmy. Victor Manual Castalon. Bruc* Richard Danial. Marc Ray feRouan. Warrar 
PiiaH. WJBam Edward Dorroh. ROW 3: Barnard Euoana EUa Jr., David Paul Farmer, Henry Jaffanon Foshaa, 
Mario Emas+o JaramOo. David Edward Kinchan, Jamas EKs KnoblocK. Parn CarHon KnoL ROW 4: Kannatfi Lowa. Tarry Paul 
Lambart, WaSam Mkhaal McG^taa. Kyla Brian Mopparf, Jaan Maxima Moral. David Michael O'Brien, Jamas WaSam 
Otsen. ROW 5: Richard Alan Ray. Donald Meal Rowa, Kevin Charles Talamo. Gryn Morris Ward. Chrntophar WHipple. 
Mart Yancy. Suzanne Kirby. dream girt. ROW 6: MadeEne Aim Anselmo, Susan Lee Babin. Joceryn Kay BUckmon, 
> IraoVy. Kathryn &win dark. Susan Mary Diermayer, Susan Pamela Hanbury. ROW 7: Bruno 



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c, president; WiKam Glen Nader, vice-president; Eric S. Ziegler. treasurer; Otivar Gonzard Richard III. pledge 
recording secretary; James Gary Albertine; Robert Kendal Bailey; 
Beeuteu Jr.; James M. Bemhard; Micheal W. Boudreaux; Charles Harold Bowie; Roger George Broussard. ROW 2: David Cooper Buck, 



ROW I : Robert Douglas Lei 
trainer; Charles Alen I mdry. 



Alton Ernest Bayard III; Charles Theodore 



Arthur Trent Burch. Robert Andrew Burns, Gregory James Codaro. Ronnie Paul Calais, Jerry Edward Chauvin Jr., Dick dark Jr.. George 
AHred Coiron, Alan Jude CourviUe, Samuel Gerard D'Agostino, Henry Claude DeBeaux, Norman Joseph Deumite, David Lawrence Duplan 
tier. ROW 3: Nichols Dupre Duboisson Jr.. John Rabum Dupre. Steve G. Durio. Edward MoreUnd EKngton III, Bernard C. Fruge, James 
Ferdinand Fruge Jr., Escalon Joseph Gaiennie III, Chris B. Gardner, George WiTts Gibson III. Sherwood Watkins Gil III. Micheal Gordon 
GiasseK, Joseph Paul Glorioso. Micheal Bbert Gordon. ROW 4: Henry A. OremiKon. Edward Donovan Gutierrez. Richard William HUiWy, 
Marl Stephen Harwford. Harvey Edward Harper, Jr., Frank Grant Hebert. Henry Day Hebert, James Milton Jackson. Joseph Allen John. 
Peter M. John, James Edmund Johnson, Raymond Francis Kayser III, Antoine Denis Lanaux. ROW 5: Rodney Jerome Landreneau. WiKam 
Henry Langenstein Jr., Kenneth Charles Lavergne, Vincent Price LeBtanc, Jr., Timothy James Lemoine, Laurence Donnely LeSueur. James 
Augustus LeHhead. Charles Edward MacPherson. Jack Bruce Marrham. Randel Joseph Mason. Stuard Thomas May. WilHam Caium 
McGhee. Gary John McOuifton. ROW 6: Samuel Rlley Moss, Robert Charles Moerke, Micheal Wayne Nader, Robert E. Osbome. Leonard 
James Pizzolatto III. Luis Carlos De Sesus Plasencia. Stephen Wayne Prator, Kenneth R.y Rush, WMiam Kent Reeves, Jules F. Regard, Richard 
ABen Robertson, Howel Clay Robinson. CamiUe Joseph Russo III. ROW 7: David Carter Saley. James Eugene SandTm. Charles Jeffery 
WiKieim .Mffwnons S*inooz, &0oc^c vunttin ocnurmAn, ^nrinnTiwd SCOTT, John fynQOfy S^nrvl, *MMNM DVMNWI Sowton, 5tcpn>n Lc* 
Sterfing J. Silver, Robert Dales Simmons, James Thomas Sims, Roland Rand*! SkeKon. ROW 8: Kenneth Randal Smith. Arthur Lee 



Smith. Lonnie Hugh Smith. John Sidney Steele. Paul Joseph Steele. Bingham MiddMon Stewart. Leon Kahn Stiel, Jr.. Thomas Lee Strickland, 
Craig Dean SuKvan. David Arthur Swearingin. Sidney Benjamin Taylor. Judson Gray Teekel. ROW 9: Richard Alen Trussel. Charles Alen 
Tyler. Micheal Charles Valentino. Malcom Sparky Wade. Mark Moore Walter. Joseph Edward Weaver. John Duncan Wheless, Mark Alen 
Yokubatis, Margaret Ruth Bordelon. Nancy Beth Frye. Pamela Jean Jordan, Mary Elizabeth Harang. Frances UKan Kayser. ROW 10: Sis 
Carolyn Mather, Mary BUn Mintz, JuEa Ann Murchison. Nancy J. Sage. Yvonne Marie Sandoz. Lorraine Larue Summers, deste Dean St. 
Martin. Karen Aim Whatley. Mrs. Laura Lee McNair; housemother. 




394 






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ROW I: Jmi Roy. pr*sidnf; Graq Guidry, vic-pr*iidnt; Kuri Culbrhon, sacretary; Rick Frost, pUdg* trainer; Randy Roach, treasurer; Guy 
Adams: Samoa) Agnvw; KaH Alnandw-; Mike Andvnon; Robwi AnoVion; Jack Andrews; John AydaN; Robwt Barham; Peter Barrios. ROW 2: 
Harroid Batti, John Braddock, Tim Brady. Mike Brio^s, Edward Brousseau, Randy Brown, Evans Byrd, Lundy Cavendar, day Coiman, Walter 
Cornea ux, John Conner, Steve Crucq, Lou Daniel, Jay Dardenne. ROW 3: Jim Davidson, Wayne Denley, Gregg Doiron, Randy Eads, Ronnie 
Edmonds, Gary Bkins, David Estes, Bobby Rtzhugh, Jimmy Frhhugh. Bobby Foret, Bebb Francis. Bob Franklin. Daniel Franz, Mike Gaudet. ROW 4: 
Lester Gibson, Glen 69, Dennis Singles. Austin Goings, Mike Grace, Robert Green, James Gulotta, John Hair. Jack Hamilton. Kevin Harris, Chuck 
Henderson, Ricky Heroman, Mike Hill. Alan Hubbs. ROW 5: David Hubbs. Don Joffrion. Roy Johnson. Mickey Johnston. George Karam, Mark Kirk. 
Ron Knecht, Andy Knight. Uke Laborde. Mark Laird, Chip Leblanc, Bred Leggett, Mike Legrange, Raymond Magnolia. ROW 6: John Marceaw. Ed 
Martin, Rickey Martin, Skipper McAdams. John McCarthy. John McDermott. Mike McKenzie. John McKowen. Wallace McLendon, L J. Melder, 
James Milan, Manny M itched, Danny Monda. Boyd Morrison. ROW 6: Pat Neal, Claude Nesser, Keith Nordyke. Jim Norman, Paul Nowaki, Bobby 
Nuzum. Jim Odom, Brandon Parlange, Jim Peevy, Bil Persec. Bubba Peters, James Peters, Steve Pettaway, Doug Philips. ROW 7: Rick Porter, Worth 
Prescott. David Rabenhorst, Scott Rabenhorst, Claude Reynaud. Frank Riley. Rebel Roberts. Cliff Rogillio, Paul Root. Chuck Sawyer. Jim Scheffy, Ray 
Schiele. Harry Schneider, Tommy Sheperd. ROW 8: James Smith. Jim Sporleader. Lee Stair. Bobby Stewart. Richard Stoker. Mike Stone, Julian 
Tablata, Randy Theunissen, Bruce Thompson, Jay Thompson. Kerry Uffman, Mark Vance, Victor Versaggi, Ronald ViBere. ROW 9: Carson Warkins, 
Robert Watts, Randy Wets, Jack Wheeler, Dale Wferd. Tim Wiliams, Robert Woodward. Mark Worthen, Martin Yeager, Mrs. Ruth Cosby, hous- 



SIGMA CHI 




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ROW I: Thomai Arc*n*aux, commandr; Robbi* Cngeloti, K. commander; Van Randazzo. treasurer; Jim Wad* II, recorder; John King, pledge marshal; 
Sidney Adams Jr.; James Akerj; Marie Angelloz; Gary Barocco; James Bates; Kevin Bennett. ROW 2: Charles Berrhold, Harold Bienvenu, Edward Billeaud, 
Prentisi Boanter, James Branton, Patrick Brazan, Glen Cangelosi, Louis Cantu, Samuel Carville, Kevin Colley. Thomas Cooper. ROW 3: Richard Courtney, 
Terry Cox, David Deano, Glenn Delatte, Harry Delaune, Thomas Evans, Gerrard Falgoust, Donald Foret, Michael Giaquinto, Trey Giles III, Richard Gitty. 
ROW 4: Randy Green, Daniel Guidry, John Hamauei, W. Benford Harper, George Harris, Raymond Hebbler, Ross Hinkie, Gary Huston, Mark Hutchins, 
Salvador James, David Jacoby. ROW 5: Ralph Jacoby, Dale Jones, Craig Koppens, Kenneth Lampert, John Lauricella, Mark Levert, Stephen Lousteau, 
Kenneth Lozano, Keller McKowen, Charles Major, Donald MeUncon. ROW 6: John Mancuso. Paul Mayer, KaKord Miazza. William Mobley, Paul Molloy, Skip 
Noel, Harian Norrhcort, Skip Page, Norman Paul!, Donald Pope, Ronald Pulliam. ROW 7: Robert Raley. Frank Renaudin III, Stephen Rttter, William Rook, 
Kerry Rotolo, Gerald Sawrage, Kenneth Seay, George Shell, Ouantin Stump, Roland Tahfon, Eugene Thompson, William Toadvin, John Valliant, Stephen 
Venturatos, James Wear, Kenneth WTIbert, Calvin Wilbert, Gerald William., James Williams, Ken Wolverton, Mrs. Hazel Ashley, housemother; Debbie 
Madden, sweetheart. 



SIGMA NU 



J7 




John H. Richardson, 

president 
Richard C. Bw. vice 

president 
Wiliam E. Da Loach, 

treasurer 

David G. Anding, secretary 
Steven P. Diefenbach, 



Alan F. Schoanbargar. 

targaant at arms 
Caray C. Aflrira 
Gary W. Davis 
&*or(j Dnon 
Richard Goebel 



Edward Grcan 
Wayne Grush 
Cliff Harms 
Richard Mil 
Stanlay Howaf 



Andraw C. Jacbon 
Jaroma Keister 
Richard Kilgore 
John Kinchen 
Barnard J. Krusa 



RickiaUke 
Steven J. Martinui 
Jamas D. Morehaad 
Michael P. Nidoh 
Thomas J. Rouz 



WiMiam G. Tramontin 
LaaM. WHson 
Larry Zimmerman 
Faya Edler, swee+neart 
Ruth Denman, housemother 



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ROW I: Michael S. Murphy, president; Thomas Joesph Kennedy, vice-president; Robert 6. Levy, treasurer; Gary W. Smith, pledge trainer; Glenn B. 
Adams; George Stephen Adcock; Michael A. Azzarello; Robert P. Beall; Wayne J. Berggren; Michael Stephen Beverung, J. Michael Boone. ROW 2: Wilbur 
B. Botiong, Carl J. Bourgeois, Kenneth L Cuave, Mark S. Davis, Phillip H. Deland, Rem! R. Delouche, John J. Driscoll, Leon Mark Dudenhefer, Anthony J. 
Ouplechin Jr., Robert Durel, John Owen Ethridge. ROW 3: Guy Stephenson Fahs, Thomas Fetter, John G. Freshwater, John L Gohres, G. Jacques Grant, 
Hoyt L Greer, John B. Guidry, Richard A. Hammer, Arthur L Hirdler, Robert D. Hornstein, Christopher E. Janke. ROW 4: Kenneth B. Krobert, Barry J. 
Landry, Ralph A. Lousteau, Michael L Mancuso, Timothy J. McCoy. Walter R. McBroy, George Richard Mulhorn Jr., Alexander Nicholson, Vincent Occhi- 
pinti, James Mike O'Donnell, Leif E, Ontad. ROW 5: Lowery Wayne Paxton, John Bennett Pearce. Ricardo M. Perez. Paul A. Porter-field, Anthony Fein 
Rabi+o, Shelby J. Rotolo, Entile Fredrick Schilling, Allan T. Schram, Matthew L Seals, Armand J. Simon. Allan T. Simpson. ROW 6: William E. Sledge, Sam 
Solis, Robert A. Spratt. George Wynne Stubbs, Michael Sullivan, Brian A. Thompson, Mark Treadaway, Charles Williams, David J. Williams, Charles Willis, 
David Willis. ROW 7: Cecelia Cox, housemother; Susan M. Anden, Wendy E. Backes, Elizabeth Ann Champagne, Christine M. Coleman, sweetheart; Mary 
Donna Driscoll, Margaret A. Fahs, Pamela Lee, Susan K. Murphy, Rosina M. Paillot, Carol Ann Passman. ROW 8: Ann Ford Reilly, Linda J. Sullivan, Pamela 
Ann Throckmorton, Deborah Lynn Wales, Barbara Mary VolL 



TAU KAPPA EPSILON 



401 



f t. t 




402 




ROW I : Brian Wirrford Amy, presidmtt; Jeff Edward Towmend Jr., xk:-prdfrf; Michael Jeffery Sandrik. trMsmr; Sfephmi CaH Lacy. 
trainer; Jamt La* Decker, secretary; Houston Michael Aaron; Robert Barton Allen; Timothy Joseph Alain; Marc Thomas Amy; Lionel Ted Ardoin; 
Hoyd Thomas Bernard Jr.; St. Oair ffienvenu Jr.; John Earle Blanchard; Cecil Steven Bonnette. ROW 2: Harold Christopher Bouroeois, David W. 
Brewer, Orland M. Brown, Jeffery Paul Sudden, Donald John Bugea Jr., Mark Hetiel Burch, Paul Howard Chambers, Christopher Choppin, Richard 
KerhS Colvin, Donald Dale Cummings, David Allen Darden, Alton Henry Dauterive, Edward Weeb Dauterive Jr.. Charles Alen David. ROW 3: Paul 
Benedict David, Robert Wayne David, Charles Randall Davis, Regginald D. DeFreese, John Kent Desormeaux. Marcel Furlow Didler, Uoyd Felix Dore 
III. CTrfton Coy Duke, Ronald Wade Duncan, John Harris Edwards, John HaH Fife. William Rodney Fontenot. Douglas Warren Franklin. Patrick E. 
Futford. ROW 4: Philip Victor Gastinel, David Eugene Faudin, Michael Lee Golden. Wayne Bennett Gowdy, Phillip David Graham, William Shreve 
Guthrie III. Paul Frederic Haire. Jack Patrick Harris, John Oliver Havter III. George Stephen Hazel. Barney Borchman Hebert, Roy Neal Hebert. 
Frank Patrick Henchy, John Hightower. ROW 5: Christopher Lee Huck, Arless Envoy Hutchimon II, George Joseph John Jr., John Mercer Johnson, 
Bbert Ruth Jones Jr., Thomas Garreft Jones III. Wiliam F. Kline Jr.. Delos Lafimore Knight, Wayne Johnson Knight. Ferral Steve Landreneau. 
Walter Lee Lammore. Richard WiTiam Lawrence. Curtis Craig Lemoine, Charles Marion Lobrano Jr. ROW 6: Danny David Loe. George Harrison 
Long. Guy Charles Mahaffey. Fan-el James Malone, Martin Albert Manion. Ralph Leon McDade Jr.. Edwin Rudolph Mclntyre Jr.. Charles Philip 
McKay, Issac Gerald McKnight, Markham Robin McKnight, Richard Orion McMains, Ken David Mefeux. John Roy Miller Jr., Keith Lynn Morgan. 
ROW 7: WiKem Norton Nites. Paul Rodgers Page, Richard Parro, Michael Thomas Pasquier, Donald Ray Patin, Hugh Edwin Pearce Jr.. Charles 
Wayne Peck. Buddy Peeerin. M'lchael Becnel Pickeft. Sheldon Louis Poche Jr.. Joseph Nelson Pope Jr.. David Grehan Pou. Fred GHlis Rew. Clarence 
James Richardson III. ROW 8: William Stewart Rieke. Philip Joseph Rinaudo. Edward Hawtey Phorer, Jr.. David Schott Rogers, David Hubald 
Romero, Luis Bravo Romero, Barry David Rout. Richmond Gardner Savoy, Bruce James Simoneaux. Dean Rowland Smith, Walter Loclon Smith III. 
John EHiott Stafford Jr.. Robert Wayne Stafford. Christopher Werner Stowed. ROW 9: Eric Christian Stratman, Kenneth Wilson Stubbs. Kim Hinton 
Tate, Roy Darrel Tate. Donald Edward Thompson, Matthew Wade Thompson. Raymond Turner. Mark Paul Wamsley. Michael Paul Ward. Stephen 
Edward Wei. WHTiam Uoyd Yeaton, Gh/nn Andrew Young. Michael DavkJ Zumo, Debbie Dupre. sweetheart; Mrs. Rector Land, housemother. 



THETA XI 





C. Steven Plauche, preiident 
Rickey J. Mouton, vice president 
Rhodes S. Adler, secretary 
Michael B. Cohen, historian 
David Abrams 
Jay Bassist 
Robert Baskind 



Ralph Binder 
Barry Blumberg 
Guy Brenner 
Larry Broussard 
Stanley Carr 
Richard Dattel 
Lee Dreyfus 



Benjamin Felix 
Myron &af orth 
Louis Good 
Ricky Hirsch 
Dan Kahn 
Mark Kaplan 
Ralph Kerner 



Mike Kleban 

Richard Kober 
Robert Kohn 
Steven La bens 
Ronnie Laudenheimer 
Mike Lazarus 
Ralph Leopold 



Louis Levine 
Glen Lowitz 
Peter Marks 
Kerry Meyers 
Mark Miller 
Dale Mostkoff 
Barry Pittz 



Jeff Ramond 
Ronnie Scheinuk 
Alan Schwartzberg 
Keith Trahan 
Evan Trestman 
William Weill 
Henry Zeve 



Diane Weiss, sweetheart 
Isabel Loeb, housemother 



ZETA BETA TAU 




406 




nhV Gibbs, pledge trainer; Barbara Winch. treasurer; Chris 



ROW I: Lynn CardweN, president; Ann James, vice-pi 
Tenn'non, recording secretary; Nancy Acomb; Ann Ales; Carolyn Ales; Susan Atvet; Linda Aman; Debbie Anderson; Jo Ann 
Anderson. ROW 2: Suzanne Andrus. Gail Aucoin. Teresa Austin, Chris Barnes. Cathy Barrett. Meiinda Bates. Ann Beebe. Ann 
Benson. Linda Bolmger. Beetle Bombet, Barbara Borde. Susie BornkesseL ROW 3: Cynthia Bourdet. Lynda Boydston. Terry 
Brown. Pern Bruns. Robin Sue Burgess. Mary Butler. Sonja Caldwel. Jytne Canone, Betsy Damhorst. Connie Day. Dee Deichmann, 
Xathy DeLee. ROW 4: Mimi Dumestre. Joanie Dunbar. Diane Eads, Debbie English. Beth Ferguson. Mildred Heshman. Debbie 
Forrest, Ginger Fortson. Becky Fulghum, Pat Get en. Sharon Galoway. Stephanie Gibbs. ROW 5: Jam! Giueck. Mary Gorman. 



r, Peggy Guynn. Gigi Grimes, Jane Harrison. Carole Ann Hingie. Susan Hoeft, Charlotte Holcomb. Marsha 
, Feficien Home. Lisa Hughes. ROW 6: Emily Jacoby. Dodie Johnston. Debbie Jones. Mabyn Keen. Debbie Kern. KrHye 
Kiper, Denise Langois, Terry Lauter. Necia Lanius, Ann LeBUnc, Ledie LeBUnc. Mary B>fdUe. ROW 7: June Leishman, Claire 
Lester. Leu Aim Lester. Cynthia Lodwick. Pam Lopez. Becky Mack. Carol Mam. Tonya Mansen. Melodye Monk, Pattie Moran. 
Mary Munley, Susie Murff. ROW 8: Katie Murray. Ruth Nelson. Ann O'Bannion, Susan Ogden, Judy Pease. Parti' Plunkett. 
Annette Raggio. Camile Raggio. Lou Ann Reid. Janet Richardson. Chan Roar. Marilyn Robin. ROW 9: Marilyn Rockett. Dotti. 
Romero. Carol Robemtein, Beverly Ruffin. Nancy Scott, Carrie Shirley, Kathy SUgie. Teresa Slaughter. Diane Smith. Irene 
Smith, Martha Spencer, Sandra Spikes. ROW 10: Joanne Stanley. Georgie Spiman, Beverly Steele. Carol Swaim, Krista Tim- 
mom. Missy Waddel, Bonnie Waltemath, Debbie Ward. Jo Weber. Ben Weilbecher. Beverly Wiliams. 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 



407 




ALPHA KAPPA 
ALPHA 



1 . Jacqueline C. Winston 

2. Vanessa Jackson 

3. Peggy E. Terry 

4. Joanne E. Dillon 

5. Brenda J. Hobdy 

6. Wanda J. Fox 

7. Alma Taylor 



8. Kathy Jackson 

9. Faye Richard 
10. Shelia Lewis 

I I . Birdia Greer 

1 2. Deme+ris Williams 

13. Rose Trahan 

14. Kathryn Altenus 




408 




WuZoo 



DELTA SIGMA 
THETA 



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D*br HOI 
3. ShyH Pttnot. 
4. 



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6. Joyc. Woods 

7. P.uMf* CUrt 

8. Rhond.Eub.nb 



9. MartkcGwfery 

10. D^in* Smitti 

1 1. PuU Mormon 

12. JMMC* lUby 

13. Junit Bcrcnco 

14. Nncy Grvt 

15. LJodRobim 




409 




LEFT TO RIGHT: SEATED: Charles Trachtenberg, Karlon Simon, Abelardo Guerrero. Carlos Gonzalez, Lionel Mustalier, Luis Flammand, Jose Brandao. STANDING: 
Aurelio Brandao, Rodolfo Valenciano, Ernesto Richa, Sigfrodo Valle, Carlos Bolanos, Felix Vergara, Moises Torrijos, Francisco Ching, Ricardo Restrepo, Diego Pardo. 



PHI IOTA ALPHA 



410 







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PI KAPPA 
PHI 



1. Jy 

2. 8 

3. Jn RogOw 

4. Mark Uncon 

5. Kim Br*mmrman 

6. KOMI Holoway 

7. HShwwood 

9. Tommy Link 



10. Su Bi Herman 

11. Carol KUI 

1 2. Loi* hUrraon 

1 3. K.tfiy Hotiman 

1 4. Suian Edwards 

15. Byron Hoovr 

1 6. &na Holiman 

1 7. Al Rodriguez 

1 8. SteJU Fanguy 




411 




ROW I: Kirby Shirley, president; Kenneth Cryar, vice-presi- 
dent; Frank Schwartzenberg, comptroller; Richard Tulley, secre- 
tary; John Higby, corresponding secretary. ROW 2: Timothy 
Workinger, pledge-trainer; Joe Carolton, Timothy Guest, Don 
Chambers, Fred Hahn. ROW 3: Jerome Mouton, Randy Slo- 
cum, Robert Waguespack, Ned Whitmore, Mrs. Denise Bennett, 
housemother. ROW 4: Cathy Bell, Alice Bergeron, sweetheart; 
Barbara Borde, Lorenda Higby, Mary Mouton. ROW 5: Carrie 
Shirley, Cathy Slagel, Faith Whitmore. 



SIGMA PHI 
EPSILON 




412 



ORDER OF THE LAMPSHADE 





1. BiteroH 

2. JLS &uH 

3. Clio Culboat 

4. Clark Kent 

5. H. B. Inchief 

6. Joe Zlichkt III. 
faculty adviser 

7. the august Tabony 

8. Little Roger 

9. Jr. Young 

10. Mysticus Minimus. 
Soothsayer and Haruspex 

1 1. Damn Yankee 

12. Captain Axiom 



13. Super Sunny 
\4. Adrianna 

15. Negotiorum Gistor 

16. Putney Swope 

17. Tom Terrific 

18. Queen of Hearts 

19. Scarlet O. Douglas 

20. Ferd Fowlpox 

21. Mother Earth-Father Time 

22. 6omer 

23. sic itur ad astra 

24. Learned Finger 

25. Keria tes to Neai, president pro tern 



413 




STEVE NOBLES 
AND FRIENDS 















GROUPIES 



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Louii E. Olivitr, Agri 4; 
Joan E. Martinez, Agri 2. 



George R. Turner, UC 4; Donny 
F. Barker, Educ. 3; Joe M. Pugh, 
Engr 3; Scott B. Gremillion, AiS 
3; Patrick Eberhardt, AiS 4; 
Peter A, Smith, AiS 3. 




Jorge Lull Blanco, JD; Carol Ann Baldwin, 
JO. 



Lull J. Hernandez, Law 2; 

Warren E. Burch. Law 2; 

Linda Kay Bate,, ASS 4; 
German J. Rojas, Jr. 





Maqda Jot>e, Soph.; Rebecca Lynn Mor 
au, ASS 3; Susan F. Biie, Jr.; Kathy Rob 
erts. Soph. 




Philip R. Dutton, ASS 3; Linda 
Ruitand, Agri 2; Raymond 
Oweni, UC 4. 



Michael D. Hanion, Sr.; 
Trudy Ann Hanson, Grad.; 
Michael Hanson Jr. 







Hal Hofheini, EnO 5; Sonny 
Bienvenu, EnD 4. 




Jos* Alverez, Engr 4; Jose Viv 

4; Jaime Suarez, Badm 4. 



Joe Trshan, Badm 4; Rudolfo C. Valenciano, Engr 4; 
Steven M. Ducatel AIS 4; Clayton G. Brown, AiS 
3; George A. Ourand, EnD 4. 



Ste.e L. Kimbrell, Engr 2; 
Janet B. Wisniaski, ASS 4; 
Pamela Ann Bennett Educ 
4. 






Linda Shore. ASS; Mike Kova 
lich, Badm. 



Michael P. Laughlin, ASS 3; J. D. 
Andrews, EnO 3; Louis McClatchey, UC 3; 
Chip Bennett, Badm 3. 



Marcial M. Romero, Badm 3; Pedro 
Dongo-Sozia, Badm 2; Guerra Patricia 
Caccie, JO I; Leonel F. Mustalier, Badm 
2; Diego E. Pardo, Soph; Amelio Braudao, 
Engr 4. 




Mohama S|ahir Kadir, ELO; Ricardo Troconis, ELO; Nelly Tro 
conis, ELO; Sileap Nhok, ELO; Gloria E. Lopez, ELO; Domenico 
N. Sivo. ELO. 





Jeanne H. Bingham, Agri 4; Bill 
Smith, Educ 2; Frank Landreaui, 
ASS 3. 



416 



x 



Mary Gay Larrick, ASS 3; 
William R. Larrick, ASS 3. 




Jerry Lee Exner, Jr.; Patricia Ann Davis, Sr.; 
Joanne Bossemeyer, Sr.; Dan William McNair 
Jr. 






SATK>: Mri Ell lll Illl. 

AAS 1: STANONG: PH H-do- 
IM*. AS 3: TINT W.,. CW- 




Gr.ndr. Sopk.: 
S -t Martin. 




SEATS* 



Ww S*rak W*. 
STANDING: Mrii li Abrfal. 




Ctk*ria An** Naqw 
A^t I: 
net AS3. 



.op: Mt, J L*r^, A*S 
oWto M*. GrW. *.: 
K. L.r~. AIS }. 





. OC3: 



L You^Uood. >.: 
Do< G. G>r T . Sopk; 





SEATED: Sw*. G*l WKMM. JO I; I 
GW S-. JO I: STANDING: SM. 
Ad.i^ JO l:SK*r.GIH. JO I. 



SEATED: Hk Unm. ACS 4 : ll.r'i. 
Svw. CSC 3: Adriw ruiMn. EdK. 3: STAND 
ING: Key L Si.d.n. AIS t: T. Did AdK. JD 
2: SUM Gray. Edic. 4. 




K.fcr,f> M lro. ;.; 
Ckrittin* Mri Brown. 
dgkr: Ko<ld Tin 





SEATED: A^Mfe. Jo TonM. JD 2: 
STANDING: Art.ro JOM Cn<. Pt-U- 2: 
lUdr Jox loll. 01. Agri. 2: C4e> Eric^. 
JD2. 



SEATED: AIM CW. iWn. AtS I: talMrt W. 
itipiii. E~r*f WM.^. .: STANDING: tat 
br. > , kd*.: Jot. AtW ltin. CV. 




SEATED-. Mb * C 
AIS I: STANDMG: 



OC 2: 




L* Iroo*. St.: Mry A* 
>.: M> A. Hnkn. Soph.: 
&. 




Lr~ Gra9. JD I; NMCT A. Norhm. JO 
I; Km E. Atfofd. JO I: Olkfi TWTMC*. 
JO I; 



M. MM**. AIS 3: 

M. Dm*. EoW 2: 
Y. Spfa. EoW 2: 
Midml W. Cuikul. AtS 

1 



417 





r > 



o 



D.I Moon. ASS 2; T.tri 
Long. AiS 2. 




Tommy McBride, Fr.; W, 
Dudley Brown, Fr. 



Cindy R. Le Blanc, Sr.; Barbara 
Louise Woodruff, Sr.; Yvonne 
Pourciau, Sr.; Patricia Zeringue, 
Sr. 





Barbara Ferrell, Agri 3; Norton Marks; 
Swamp Fire Pantera; Ken Erickson; 
Rebecca Ann Tuggle, Educ 3. 



Jay Michaelion. AiS 4; 
Paul A. Lyoni, Badm 4. 




Lloyd Dan. Law 2; Donna Fault, 
JD. 



Ed Minviall*. AiS 2; Mark Patout, BA 3; 
John Edley, Engr. 2; Barrow Bourgeois. 

AMI. 






Albart Agard, Agri., Sr.; 
Ba.erlye Coleman. BA. Sr. 




Mary Ann Kent, JD I ; Ste 
phan J. Van Oidall. Badm 4. 



Ronald D. M.nard, CiP 3; Nathaniel T. Marval, 
AiS 3; John M. Schlenker. Engr 4. 




Annette M. Friloui, Educ 3: 
Steve R. Wil.on. Badm 3. 





Peggy 6. Peninger, Educ 4; Robert W. 
Saal. END 3; Edward B. Dittmar, Law 3. 




Dabbia Eskandar; Mauoud Eskandar, END 
4. 



Michaal P. McLindon. JD I; Wallace O. Powelle, ASS; 
Joseph D. Couvillion, JD I ; Chester C. Williams, ASS. 




Karen L. Taddlia, ASS 4; Charlai 
Taddlia, NMATR. 



418 



Ronald K. Preiton, Grad; 
Margarat E. Preston, Soph.; 
Katharan N. Preston, 




Maria Bergeron, Educ 4; Nelson 
Tirado. JD I. 




Jay M. Dilao. ASS 4; Paul L. Dilao. ASS 
2; Vinc.nt L. Dilao, JD I. 



AIM w.rt t *l. 2: 

Irani Waodtoii Doraor. -. 



A*S 1; 
AS 






SEATED: PT 6. PinoMo. JO; 
Joo. UnoK. JO; STAND 



ECO 4; D.KJ Wri 
MKT4. 




inn <i S (<. ED. 3: 





Ekphong CKronwongrrk, Engr 3; 

Td L Hi>icUiiJ. E^r 3: 
Voi^towrtfcom. E9r 3. 



SEATED: E*>4 M. Mili.cci. 4; 

lock. 4; Mwr Lo. OMI. 3; Stan X Ci'mnTi. 4. 




JeMfA Hwry Du<i., JD 2: 
Sr Lym Am 
bbel. 



JM. Cbrta. HwlM. Ari 2: 






2: Joh. W. 



JO I 






L J 



WMb I. fc-fW. AftS 3: TMI A. 

Dnai>. AiY : Jwt F. 



SEATED: Kirit V. SWK Sr; Sv* M. Vora. God 7: 
L PcriUi. 6nd : SWWi V. Skw. Sopk 









tw. 

Waco.D~M.AU 2; 
Wr. IAOMX 




Uckord AUn Kts. Jn Mol^ 



419 




Katharine F. Gean, ED 4: 
Macon K. Sean, LAW 3. 



SEATED: Jo. Fakier, ED 2; Rich 
ard Brooks, ED 2; jack Michael 

Oliv.rio. ED 3; STANDING: L 
Rand Dennis, BA 3. 







Majid I. Thalil. ED 4; Suvit Rerkjirattikal. 
END 2: Sanlt O. Chalearnkul, ENS 2. 



Darral Wayne White, ED 4; 
Cindy Ann Jacob, ED 4. 




Ruth, ASS 4; Greg. ASS 4. 




Linda Gayle Rabalis, END 2; Lee Mark 
Downt, END 2; Andrea Mary Casiidy, JD. 




Louise M. Ristroph, ASS 2; 
Terry A. Walden, AG 2. 




Teddy Cot, UNIV. 3; Tommy J. 
Johnson, LAW; Mark Philip 
Mclnnis, Grad 6. 



George H. Ware, END 4; 
Sandi A. Ware, END 4. 



Debbie Sue Dyer, ED 4; A. 
Gill Dyer, UNIV 3. 



Susan Manning, ED 2; Beth Schelin. ED 2; Donna 
Kay Tanner, JD; Emily Van Loon. ASS 2. 






Darlene Marie Lemoine, ED 2; 
Steven Authur Shehane ENG 2. 



Mark D. Greene. AG 2; Marvin Dale 
Bebee. AG 2; Darrell Nicholas Campbell, 
JD. 



SEATED: Toots Nadine Pasquale; STAND- 
ING: Tom "All" Wright; Vince Trouble 
Stiletto; Big Butch Bop. 





Paul Szpul, GRAD; Daniel Jimenez. ENG 4; Charles M. Trachten 
berg. ENG 4. 



Ann None Plauche, ASS 4; 
John D. Newsom. ASS 3. 



Nancy Elizabeth Wilton. 3; 
James Frank Barrus, 2. 




I'd rather be in Philadelphia than here, (sic) W. 
C. Fields 



420 






fed U-*r. ST.; StaphM 

L U.fcirfai. Jr.: CWh. K. N. 
1C..A4S4. 



d M. McGill. JO 2: $..o. M 

JO I: fefcw* D. C*TI. JO 2 

LM.E.M.V.JD 



Mci r,. Ai2: 
AAS 4. 



StclU H..rl 
McBrr. >.: 



J.H.r, J. lo.rg. JD I 
Do~* Toko Kofe. Sr. 



CWytaB. A4S: CWfai F 
JM 0. Ptatom. A*S : lor 
A4S4. 



L Cllll. Ari 4; KotMTt J- 
r_r. Ajri 4i D4* *. X . Sr J^ 
t. Mil "I. Ayi 4. 



JMM T. TMMM.V. koV. 3: JW M. Jilirrot. UC 7- *lw J. 
I; fidn. - Da.hr. bv 3: I S*rU. UC 2: 



l-i.< L SeKt. Ml S: 
J. 




421 





Andrea Rodgers, Grad 6; 
Daniel Landry, Grad 6. 




Glenn E. Mitchell, UC 4; Faye 
Ann Mitchell, BA 3; David Gau 
threaun, UC 3. 




Ricky Livingston, Badm 4: Charles C. Hoi 
liday, Educ 2; Marshall Hebert, Badm 3. 





Ray Vidrine. Agri 2: Donald Wild. JD 2: 
Daniel J. Willems, Engr 2. 




Mary Beth Tulley, END 3; Ber- 
nard J. Sharkey, Badm 4. | . 



Judy Eggart, Badm 3; Chris 
R. Webb. ASS 4. 



Helen Marie Addison Agri 
3; Michael L. Peterson, 
Badm 3. 





Jane Ellen Devall, C&P 3; 
Willerd D. Clapp, Agri 4. 



Cheryl Aeschbach. END 3: 
Michael Legardeur. ASS. 



Back: Ann Leona Hatty. JD I; Angele Hatty. Educ 
3. Front: Jamei Hatty, Jr. JD I; Johnny Hatty, JD 
I. 




Cindy Abadie, Soph.; Steven 
Wilson, END 4; John Robichaui, 
ASS 3. 





George R. Hesser. Badm 3; Joseph P. 
Shafer, ASS 3; Edward W. Dangerfield. 
Jr. CSP 3. 




Bill Couvillion, Sr.; Joe Donald LaCour, Sr. 





RaiLynn Fleishhauer, ASS 3; Mary F. Bossier, Educ 3; Carol 
Ann Raley JD. 




Kenneth G. Soyez, Engr 3; Tassie M. 
Heider, Educ 3. 



Robert L Beck, Badm 3; 
Nancy Sue Joseph, Educ. 2. 



422 







Philip D. Dugan, Engr 3; Barbara 
L Lattman, Sr. 




George Snook Toups. Agri 3; Buddy Boudaio 
Bart, AiS 2; Fred Braud Kindred, Badm 2. 





Jeli* C. St.;b. L- 2: 
. F. WoWonJ. I*. 1. 



SEATED: Dora UC. So)*-: 
: STANOM6: 




SEATED: Dy M. 

U, 1: STAMMN&: ThaMi J^r 

SM.B. m. U- 1 

lllllGII. >. Lv. 1. 




:.. .= =.-.> >.->-; 14= 3 
Dora CJUrt. Ahrvx. Ari. 

; 





MiMII O'M..r. U.r,ol<. Educ. 3: 
Mo F. MoW E~r. 4. 




Emio *otTT. looW 2; Liod* 



J So*V A*S 4 S K. 







feNor. ACS 4 



SEATED: Nod 64 JokoH 

li ii Jiiii. Craol. : STAIOMC. Farraot 

Oori M..JM. A1S 4: Uort K r~ UC 4. 







Ana* Ckrifty. AtS 2: JT Cliristi 




3 ol L 



A*S I; 
S~Mt. JO I: *o IUr *k*ork JO I 





423 




Linda Ann Pecquet, Agri 4; 
Malcolm Hurttell, Engr 4. 



Thomas C. Gabel, Educ 3; Lau- 
ren M. Killebrew, A&S 2; Ernest 
W. Luti, JD 2. 






Lotus Blossom Roy, Educ 4; Chairman 
Mao Francis. UC 4. 




Marcia Ann Mclntosh, CiP 3; Buddy 
Allurns, UC 4; Renee A. House, C&P 3. 




Jim Dantin, Engr 4; Te 
Dantin, Agri 2; Tiche. 



John G. Allen, Grad 7; Adeie 
Allen, wife; Charlotte C. Aiken. 



of 

" I '= - 

;\. 



Susan Marian Lewis, JD I ; Karen 
Ann Rizzo, JD I. 




Les Guillory, Grad 6; Sue 
Guillory, Badm 4. 



Diana Sue Copeland, Agri 4; Judith Ann Monte, 
Grad 7; Cheryl J. Evans. Grad 6; Karen H. Kouga 
sian, Grad 6. 







Arthur W. Dickerson. A&S 4; 
Samuel Politz, CSP 4. 



Silas J. Youngin, A&S 3; 
Kenneth Roosa, A&S 3. 






David E. Tisdale, Law 3t Claude R. Sledge. 
Law 3; Don E. Puckett, Law 3; T. Jay 
Seale, Law 3. 





Janet C. Feduccia, JD I; Marc Scher; 
John I. Feduccia, Sr. 



Warren "the Whipper" Mermilliod, A*S 4; Rupert Chorio Zorgot, 
A&S 4; C. U. Weasel, JD 7; Ergo Gensen Ratley. JD I. 




Gary f. Gansar, A&S 2; Lynn S. 
Rochkind, JD I: "Big Mike," Grad. 



424 



John S. HeHron, C&P 3; 
Mary R. Hefrron, A&S 3. 




Mary Loretta Sullivan, Sr; Steven 
I. Hightower, Sr. 




Mary A. Kuretia. Jr; Debbie V. DuBois, Sr; 
Michael J. Fair, Sr. 




JOTT kWord. Eno. 4 : SWM 
W.yna Salman. Agri. 3. 



SEATED: U^W WainrigM. Aect. 3: Wi- 
Cam E. Mar. ladm. 4; STANDING: EmJ T. 
H..W. Ari. 4; Ridwrd A. Hori. Engr. 4. 




DC 4. 



Gry C. Hays. Lav I 
Pfrku N. hUvn Edoc. 1. 




Mir<c M. MlUr. End. 1: St.r. 
l*y C. Pown. AS 4: Nomxn 
MM Lfr9u.. (wim. 2; Ctirb 
M. Sh..Jy. JO I. 






Erl Thomat Kothi*. Jr.. 
CP 3: rtfck M.r.nti 
Bon. J<Rig 3. 



JMMI* Ann* &ri JD I; 
PM M.rl URoM. AtS 2. 



.1 



- f 



to 
>-: 



Sur*sli Chandra Jain, En^. 
Grad.; Satk Agrawal. Eng. 
Grad. 



Dabbia M. Munvna. Jr.: Ba*.y G. Undarwood. JD I: 
Kanton C. Undaroood. Soph.: Arlana H. Landry. Jr. 



Jaaiai Craig LaJaiaia. la dm. 2: 
latty Fryar LaJaana. Ediic. 2. 





SEATED: Charta* P. Caeoo. JD I : Daaial G. 
Mellaa. JD I: STANDING: Oa^d L tarneL 
JO l:ickard N.S*i . JO I. 





Skaral A. Cwry. ladm. 2: 
Mayas. Pr. la- 2. 



LYING: AM. J. 
Chris M. Ior9a. 



2: SEATED: Hi Cooear. AS 4: 
4: Data J. Pa. ladm. 4. 









Fradarict W. Fray. AtS 2: Jamas R. Loyd. 
ladfn 2: Jamas L Ashfon. Engr 2: PMip 
W. Canoatos.-. ACS 2. 



Chrittma 0-r. JD I: Marc Ga. 
traa JD I. 



Patrick L. Paot. ladm 3: 
Charlas A. Lavy. JD 3. 



42S 




Susan P. Huhner, A*S 4; 
Gr.gory Falcon. ASS 4. 



Barbara Farmer, A&S 4; Denise 
Baranco JD I; Thomas Hie, 
Badm 3; Pamela Tidwell. ASS 3. 





Larry W. Hayes, Engr. 3; Kim A. Clark. 
C&P2. 




Keith P. Cullen, Sr.; Gana 
VanLaanan, Jr. 



Bill Tidwell, Soph; Carol Laa 

Stafford, JD I. 




John J. Campo, Sr.; Maryanne 
Blann, Soph. 



Myron E. Goforth. JD I; Lawranca E. 
Broussard, JD I . 



Kerf Gill, Law 2; Jonathon 
Gill, Jr. (Boy). 




Bob Sianar. A&S 3; Charles 
Aycock. A&S 4: Sandie Bad.au,, 
A&S 4; Jamas C. Leak, A&S 4; 
Mary Elian Laapar, A&S 4. 



Douglas D. Damm, A&S 3; 
Leslie V. Young, Educ 3. 




Kathleen Juna Bartels, Soph.: Linda Louisa Sryron, 
Educ 2; Nancy Moore, Jr. 




\ 



Ala> C. Waller Diemont, DC 3; Susan 
Minvielle, A&S 4. 



Faraman Mehkak, END 3; Mamid Afshar 
naiad, Jr.; Shahriar Daftari, END 3: S. Far 
mang Asgari, END 5. 




Kathleen M. Posay. A&S 4; Dabbia Ann Cicaro, A&S 4; John L. 
Shaahan, A&S 4; Ronald D. Posay, JD 2. 




Errol W. Roberts. Sr.; Elian Kay 
Laa, jr. 



426 



Bass M. Caslilla, Soph.; Wil- 
liam B. Stewart, Engr. 2. 





Martha Jana McCarlay, Jr.; 
Jamas H. Colvin, Soph. 



Bill Rogers. A&S 2: Cindy Frabbiala. JD I; 
Will Luikart, A&S 4. 




Kfti. Srt^. A*S 4; M. CUir 

r END 3: Lyi AMI 

Graubxry. Ari 4; (rvc. Siw>- 




J. C~U.. JO I: 
brMrM.Mafra.JD I. 




END; Jok. M. 5rMl^ir. E>gr 4. 




. kf^tJD 2: Ki..il> P. WAvf. JD 1: WK. L Sritar 
-kit,. JO 2: Le. M. *r- Egr 4. 





2: 0. 



W M. PMM. Jr. 




A. E. 



4: T 



Sl. J. WM*. Lr. 3; 
Bonnnril A. Kmm*tt. AS 
2. 



427 




Gloria M. Newport, UC 3; 
Peulette Marlene Kloete, 
ASS 3. 



Will "Doc" Noble, Badm 2; 
Kathy M. Tanlenley A4S 2; 
Aleiander (Alligator); Michael 
W. Fangue, Agri 2; Richard E. 
Capehart, Engr 2; Lance E. 
Kaye. Badm 2. 





Stephen R. Soileau, ASS 3: Mark R. 
Comeaux, A&S 4. 




Normand F. Pizza, Law 3; 
Diane M. Pizza. 




Al C. Ryan, Badm 4; Mary 
C. Brandon, Agri 4. 




1 m i 



Lynda Kay Wood, JD I ; Linda Hofard, JD 
I; Annette C. Marionneaux, JD I. 




Carlos Parodi, Sr.; Suzon Gautreaux, Sr.; Pepe Eche 
garay, Sr.; Jorge Diaz, Soph.; Pattie Parker, Sr.; 
Jose L. Fernandez, Sr. 




Konda R. Reddy. Grad 7; 
Subhash C. P. Raddy, Grad 7. 



Sherri Murphy, ASS 3; 
David A. Powell, Badm 3. 





Gordon Aton, CSP 4; Debbie 
M. Haydel, ASS I . 



: 
' Si*. 



. 

atono 



a-'^'^l- ' Stephen P. Kemp. JD I; 

Stewart Cannon, ASS 2. 








ho! 



Otato 
! n o-tat 

_ 





Nezameddin Mahdavi-Amiri, Jr.; Mehdi D. 
Mortaghy, C4P 3; Hossein Ghds, Sr.; 
Majid Aflakian, Engr 2; Schumann Rafiza- 
deh. C4P 3. 




Kerry Louise Stern, JD I; Darwin; Lynette 
Ann Mire, JD I. 





John W. Porterfield, ASS 4; Beverly Lawrence, Educ 4; Paul 
Lawrence, A&S 4. 



Patricia C. Lamoine, Sr.; Jane Ellen 
Groft, JD I. 



428 



Gary W. Smith, UC 3; 
Christine M. Coleman, 
Nursing 3. 





Seyed M. R. Emami. Engr 3; 
Hassan Sar|i, END I. 




Rick Holm, Engr 4; John R. Anderson, 
Engr 4; Doug Lennox, Engr 4. 



hi 
v 





JOM S.*. JO I: 

End : LM M. v^dor. DC 2. 





AIM L CubuMMi. U 2: Kick 
Fyard. Law 3: Nori Ry 





*<** L HK*. >, UC-C; . 
Ed 4. 



> 0. Htck, 



Ml 

1; f..l. L. Cl-t. 
Ed2- 




SEATHh Sky >. Staff; JOT L G^k. Grad: 

S S. Uu.H. Grad : STAND* <G. La. A. 

M.HIM. G^d 7. 



J Mwy fl.db.o. fr.; 

D.-r M.ri. W. 9 .pcl. 
FT. 




*M* Er 4; W*^ C 

T. Hwidrv fa-9- ! 



Hiii|.iADM2- 







*. Jr; PUCp L QIIHI. AS 3: 
E LMtt. M. AftS 3. 




U.r, Ell.- M., JO I; W 
l r~. AtS 2. 




^^^^ *^ 

i Aw Trch*r. U 2: 



429 




SEATED: James Richard Smith; 
Kenneth George Robichaux, Pre- 
law; STANDING: Dennis L. 
Youngblood, Badm; Ralph L. 
Cunningham, Sr.; Norman Wes- 
ley Pressler, Agri 2. 






Donovan Paul Boniol, Jr; Alison J. Hanson, 
Soph. 



Emily G. Carnahan, Fr; John 
E. Pringle, End. 2. 




SEATED: Diane L. Pillot, ASS I; 
Gary Vantine. Badm 4; Jan A. 
Dileo, Educ I; STANDING: 
David S. Mason, JD; Douglas 
Baker Harrison, UC. 



Laurin Elizabeth Bradford, 
Educ 4; David Stacy Vance, 
AM 4. 





Lucile Marie McCook, Soph with Heather; 
Alice Elizabeth Hidalgo. JD 2 with Lady 
Jane. 



Karen Kleeger, Sr; Peter A. 
Schroeter, Sr. 



SEATED: Jody Anne 
Breaud; Malcolm F. Vidrine, 
Grad 6. with Malcolm Vid- 
rine, II; Connie Fontenot 
Vidrine; STANDING: 
Thomas Paul Breaud, Grad 
6; Donna L. Dawson, A&S 3; 
Bryce Kennon Tomlin. 



Joyce A. Davis, Jr 
Ambrose Sims, Sr. 




Stephen D. Juge, ASS 2. 



SEATED: James Carville, Law 3; James H. Miion. 
Law 3; STANDING: Douglas Paul Moreau. Law 3: 
Lonny Ambus Myles, Law 3; Cyril E. Vetter, Law 3. 





Mary Juanita Daigle. JD; 
Gaston Galjour, JD. 



Sandra Kay Rowe, UC 3; Linda Sue Gue- 
rin, UC 4. 




SEATED: Stephen Karl Schneider, END 2; 
STANDING: Leon Anthony Dominict, END 2; 
Ira Richard Richardson, Badm 3; John Frank 
Hauck, Badm 2: Keith Jude Dugas, Engr 2. 



Stomper Goodman, Sr; Bumps Latour Smith, Sr; Teen Angel 
Seghers, Sr; Spoiler McDaniel. Sr; Lizzie Borden Seghers, Sr. 
Arachnid Seghers, Jr. 





Charles Holbrook, A*S 3; John L. 
Aton, ASS 3; Charley Aton, ASS 
3; Harry Aton, ASS 2; C. B. Car- 
michaet, Jr. 



430 



Mary Porter, Educ 2; 
Thomas Riddle, CSP 2. 




SEATED: Christine A. Bagert, Jr; Diane M. 
Temento, Soph; Annette M. Lassalle, Jr; 
STANDING: Judi C. Braniff. 




Ilinlfi. AAS 1: Rod! 

CdlMl. A*S 1- 



1: STAND 



3 I 



Uoi. AtS 2: 

GfcooV. ENG 2: Mi>rJ.J JoV 

Wr.JD. 



Wind W14r. AtS 3: Mv 
A. JM~. U-r. AAS 3 . 




- A*S1; 
lobby Lyo. Cotton. JD 2. 



"I * 



SEATED: &M>r> L DraW. . A, 4; Job> Ed-vd 
. ENG 2: STANDING: Slljtli JoMpK 
G 2: Ck~tm AHo. W^Uc^ A, 2: D.-T 

JcMpk AlMrt. CHEM 2. 





CUir, Hn>. C*f 
2: MlMdi C F. Horf... 
A4S2. 



F.rW MilHii.2. 




ticked MT*y. UMV 4; Low 
Mot** Dxraon. ED. 2. 




SEATED: NMCT MS. Ci r. JD: Km> 

Mor, S*t>. JD: STANDING: fogey LMH 
Lo>dry. JD: DoW A t4iCM. JO-. Sow* A 



It 

S: JoS. W. 



An. JOOK. AtS 4: Virgl E. Ford Jr. END 
KTOM. END S: bor: Polor COM Woo.. 
Kort lofc.m. END S. 




SEATED: Mldiiri E. Drfc.. ED 
3: hrW. AM. Cocum i-^tV. 
JD: STANDING: fto, L.Blrt. 
AIS 3: Mldnri L ri.;a. AtS 
3: UxicJ Z^. li.tnl.L. JD. 




C< . VoVobvoV END ft 
Ebmr. IA 4; Fort Eddy. END 4: KWy 
. Mili.iei. IA 4; 





Mary Frncit RiggiM. 4; 
r. 3. 



431 




SEATED: Stephen Alan Boo.e, , 
Educ. 3; James S. Basset*, END. 
3: STANDING: Marie Russell 
Laughlin, JD; James M. Wells, 
ASS 3; James L. Shepherd. ASS 
2; Tom R. Aloe, ASS 3. 



Rufus McAfee Thomas, ASS 
3; Janice Deborah Bush, 
Educ. 3. 




Jam. M. Hudson, Jr.; Kenneth Picou, Sr 










SEATED: Anna F. Radoste; Philip 
J. Boudouquie, Jr.; Karen Marie, 
JD; STANDING: Joyce Marie 
Hocke, JD 2; Agatha Mary 
Graffagnini, JD 2. 



Joseph E. LeDoux, Grad. 6; 
Diana LeDoux, Grad. 6. 





BACK: William W. Roth, ASS 4; Andrew 
B. Crowell, ASS 3; Tommy Musso, Agri 3; 
Front: Karl A. Marrero, Badm 4; Bosco, 
canine; Miles E. Tilly, Badm 3. 




TOP: Eugene M. Bologna, 
Sr.; BOTTOM: Daniel James 
Richardson, Sr. 



Carol Ann Anning, ASS 2; 
John Edward Schmidt, Agri 
2: Zart Dombourian. ASS 3; 
Donna Hauler, ASS 2. 




Robert Edward Fontenelle. Badm 
4; Kay M. O'Donnell. JD I. 






Edward Lee Owens. ASS 3; 
Lana Joyce Sakiadis, ASS I. 



BACK: K. C. Stewart Harper, ASS 4; Kerryl L. 
Henderson, ASS 4; Leslie H. Reichle, ASS 4; 
FRONT: Thomas C. Henderson, ASS 3; Steven 
Rene Giglio. ASS 4. 






Chuck Harris. ASS 3; Kay I 
schel, CSP 2. 



Percy Soloman Perms, Soph.; Annie Ruth 
Brown, FT. 




SEATED: Stephen Joseph Hebert, Badm; 
Buddy Bloch, Jr.; Bill Ray Fault, UC 3; STAND 
ING: Bermard Duhon, ASS 3; John Randall 
Dye, Jr.; Deja V. Smith, Grad I. 




Ted McKowen Wilkes, Jr., Fr.; William Stanley Schofield, Jr.; 
Dana Michael Ayme, Fr.; J. Daniel Cambre, Fr.; Jay Larry Rob- 
ert Gilbert, Soph.; John Hughes McMullan, Fr. 




432 



BACK: Buddy Adams, Badm 
3; Joe Jones, UC 3; Butch 
McGehee, UC 2. FRONT: 
Lawson Wilde, ASS 3; Max 
Sneve, Badm 3; Ronnie 
Jones, UC 3. 



BACK: Kirby Barry, Law 3; Rus. 
sell Dornier, Law 3; Stanley 
Cheatham, Law 3. FRONT: 
Gene Fendler, Law 3; James 
Dore, Law 3. 




Mike Yonan, JD 2; Bud Snowden, Educ 2; 
Alan Mitch. CSP 2; Robert Ortlieb, ASS 2; 
Rusty Jabour, JD I; Fred Hagius. JD 2. 





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Prostitution Exposed Bjt 

By CLARK KENT 
Assassinated Press Writer 
BATON ROUGE, La.ASP 
A prostitution ring long suspected of 
operating in the dormitories at LSU was 
exposed early this morning by Gumbo 
photographer Paul Ledford in a surprise 
move. 

Peter Pimp and three of his "employees" 
were seen slinking from North Stadium 
Dormitory at approximately 2 a.m. Pimp, 
his pockets jammed with bills, mostly 
twenties, denied any knowledge of the alleged 
prostitution ring. 

"We was merely visiting some acquaintances 
for some evening entertainment," Pimp said. 
"Yeah," one of his employees added. 

Pimp identified his "employees" as Holly 
Hooker of Feline House, New York; Sally 
Streetwalker of Hightown, Nevada; and 
Cynthia Slut of Groupie, California. 

Ms. Slut commented on Ledford's surprise 
pictures, "he had no right to take 

my picture." "It's invasion of my 

privates" she added. 

When questioned as to how he first 
suspected the alleged prostitution ring 
in the dormitory, Ledford merely grinned 
and winked. "The same way you did, Clark," 
he said. "You're not fooling anybody with 
that mild-mannered jazz." 



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WHAT IS THE DEFINITION OF MOVE? 

. . . counteracting inherited inertia. 



. . . That which we would not if we could have any way but would. 

. . . The most literate word a campus cop can say to a college student. 

. . . Transportation. 

. . The word MOVE is actually a word constructed from several others, like 
NATO or NASA. MOVE stands for Multidimensional Omnidirectional 
Velocity Encentive. The spelling of "incentive" is changed because 
MOVI wouldn't make sense. 

. . I think you want us to leave the table. 

. . To move; that men should well behoove 
To identify the meaning of move. 
To move that men . . . who should well behoove 
To understand the way of human soul in hand 
To know how far that soul be pushed 
To identify! The meaning of the word to move? 
To move that man. Who; should well behoove? 
(This is an example of an old, i.e. medieval, poetry form.) 



441 




WuZoo 



WuZoo 



Once, not too long ago, a friend of mine gave me a peculiar tast- 
ing brownie. Nothing spectacular came of that; I just fell asleep. 

One thing did happen though, I had a dream. I dreamed about a 
great University somewhere in the deep south. The University grew 
and grew and along with the University growing so did the traffic 
problem grow. 

The great fathers of the University saw fit to spread layers of con- 
crete across the river's floodplains so that there might be places to 
park the tens of thousands of motorcars. And they looked upon it and 
said, "It is good." 




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But, alas, there was not enough concrete for 
all the student's motorcars, so they had to park 
wherever they could. The great fathers looked 
out and said, "It is no good," and sent officers 
of the guard to ticket the students who had to 
park wherever they could . . . 









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The students at the great university did not like 
the situation. So they put their education to use 
and came up with a better idea. They began to 
ride bikes. And the great fathers looked upon it 
and said. "It is no good, too." 






So the greatest father of them all made commandments 
for the bilce riders to follow and it became more 
trouble to ride a bike than to walk and the students 
were bewildered. And the great father looked upon 
it and said, "It is good." 



444 




So once again the students came forth 

with Ideas. They wanted to start running 

buses which would relieve their plight. 

And the great father looked upon it and 

said, "It is no good." And the students 

fell upon their knees and asked the great 

father what he would have them do to 

relieve their plight. And he answered 

them saying, "We will pave the River." 




448 








Move: A definite form of communication 
or the lack of communication. 



"MOVE!" 




"I SAID, 
MOVE, 
BOY!" 






450 









1. Kirk LoCicero 

2. Steve Graves 

3. John Faulds 

4. Haywood Jeffers 

5. Myra Botsay, 
ad manager 



6. Bill Ricke 

7. Don Hunter 

8. Tom Burgeous 

9. Don Engler 
10. Ky Noch 



11. Beth Landry 

12. Dick Leeman 

13. Tantalaya Schwarrxcort 

14. Ma (com Moore 

15. Jeff Nemrtz 



16. Bill Urrz 

17. KipHolden 

18. Marc Biondo 

19. Jay Bertucci 



; TO BOTTOM: Rick Plae 
ft chief announcer/ Kirk 
Wiccro, program director; 
Aln Zimmerman, as$t. music 
Actor/ Steve Graves, music 
Actor; Harry Dougherty/ 
hi* Rothschild; Alan Wei- 
y/ Don Chiarulli; Dennis 
Acr. chief engineer. RIGHT: 
Hunter; George Wal- 
u, station manager. 





451 











, 




452 





1. Francis Seghers 

2. Janet Noel 

3. Robert McCorkle 

4. Paul Lawrence 

5. Mary Heffron 

6. Rick Richard 

7. Janet Lowry 

8. Steve McDonald 

9. Torn Delery 

10. Susan Kochan, Fall Editorial Assistant 

1 1 . David Simpson 

12. Debbie Brown 

13. Jack Glover 

14. Cliff Yarbrough 

15. Chris McDaniel, Spring Editorial Assistant 

16. Renee Smith 

17. J. O. Lantern 

18. Anon 

19. Gary Couvillion 

20. Barbara Garris 

21. Cathey Cooper 

22. Trisha Brazeal 

23. Ms. Mystery 

24. S. J. Young 

25. Bob Longmire 

26. Louis Muro 

27. John lily 

28. Peggy Dick 

29. Chris Straney 

30. Barbara Kleinpeter 

31. John DeMers 




THE REVEILLE 



453 



THE EDITORS 



FALL EDITORS: RIGHT, FROM THE TOP: Jim Partin, 
news; Steve Townsend, sports; Betsy Damhorst, news; 
Steve Smith, news. PASTING UP: Glynn Young. BOT- 
TOM: Sam Breen, editor; Barbara Kleinpeter, managing 
editor. 



454 




Wu Zoo 







WuZoo 




ABOVE: Spring Editors, crouching wrrh cigar 
Don Akchin. THE editor wrrh Glynn Young, the 
managing editor. 

LEFT. CLOCKWISE FROM 1:00: Bob Longmire, 
sports; Cathey Cooper, news; Frances Seghers, 
news; Trisha Brazeal, news; Paul Lawrence, news. 



While the University Brought 
In Outside Speakers, the Only 
Member of the Administration 
Actually Communicating With 
The Students Was 
DEAN BRASHER 




454 




457 






So the students tried to 
communicate. The only 
problem was that the only 
people listening were other 
students. 




458 





459 





The administration tried to communicate 
in its traditional fashion concrete and 
steel. Construction began on a new field 
house and a sorely needed chemistry building. 
This stately oak was planned around, but 
fell victim to ... 



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The ultimate in 
lack of 




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It doesn't matter who fired the 
shots or whose fault it was. The 
fact remains that two people 
died. The frightening thing is not 
that it happened, but that it 
might happen again. 




__ _.. 



462 





463 



It all began with a group of concerned citizens. Or did it? No one 
knows for sure. Students living under Option IV were one day enjoying 24- 
hour visitation privileges of the opposite sex (or the option for) and on 
December I I, 1972, were told that this privilege would be revoked for the 
spring semester and replaced with unwieldy rules that were unfeasible 
and unenforceable and were to be imposed on the students by them- 
selves. 

Come January, several dorms agreed to limited hours, but the argu- 
ments continued. Students went to deans and heard the same things they 
had for two months. A special meeting of the Board's Student Affairs 
Committee was called and things looked better. Alas, the Board issued 
"guidelines" for the hours of visitation to be extended, more reasonable 
sign-in procedures, and the option for Option IV in fraternities and sorori- 
ties; but many other issues such as the question of 24-hour lobbies and 
whether a university has the right to limit the rights of adult citizens were 
ignored. 




464 











The battle continues, but the casual- 
ties have already appeared: 24-hour visi- 
tation is dead; Option IV, wounded; and 
student-to-administration respect and 
communication will be scarred for a long 
time. 



KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL 

SET A HAIRCUT 




466 




But Somebody Finally 
Decided To Listen . . . 
Somebody Finally Decided 
The War Had To End. 



447 



W A 





RICHARD NIXON ENDING THE WAR. O HAPPY DAY! 



HOW TO DO A GUMBO 




1st MEET WITH PUBLISHER 
2nd GET A ROOM 
3rd FIND A STAFF 



STAFF: Beclcy Eymard, Jane Petre, Sally Robert, April Blackburn, Realcy Par 
sons, Cathy Stites, Colleen Lindsey, Cathy Cummings, Tracey Kohen, Caro 
lyn Rapier, Pam Arbor, Karen Porter, Patsy Greene, Janet Anderson. 



470 




But When You Need Pictures 
And People To Take Them . . . 
At Any Time 







Hertchel 
Hoffpauir 

Head 
Photographer 



TOP TO BOTTOM TO 
RIGHT: Paul Ledford, Carl 
Rit+er, Bruce Barielle, Jimmy 
Dantin, Bill Joseph, Mike 
Spindler, Barry Pilti. 



471 



TO GET TO PRESS . . . 




SOME CHIEFS WERE NEEDED . . . 



LEFT TO RIGHT: 
Suiy Hiegel, Editor in chief 
Terry Devine, Design Editor 
Judy Parker, Copy Editor 
Sunny Eisenhower, Academics 



472 




WITHOUT SECTION EDITORS THOUGH 



TOP TO BOTTOM 
LEFT TO RIGHT: 



Renee Smith, Coordinator, Terry Pitman, Sports, 

Candy Jessup, Classes, Susie Ellaby, Greeks, 

Debbie Demouth, Organizations, Gale Watanabe, Organizations, 

Ktttye Kiper, Skeleton, Chris Angelloz, Index 



473 




OF COURSE THERE WERE SCREW-UPS 

Like a Cut in the Budget 

BUT THE GUMBO KEEPS MOVING ON 







Frank Metzger 

Cats 

Leslie Morris 

Mark and Keith 

Courtney Ross 

Cliff Strider 

Roweena 



The Reveille 

Jerry Poche 

Jack Glover and Debbie 

Linda and SGA 

George L. 

Dickie Eberhardt 

Paul Moore 



John Todd 
Elizabeth ? 
Gus 

Carol Alpe 
Sylvia Landry 
John Fisher 
Myrtle 



WITH THE HELP OF: 



Sandra 

Uncle Ralph 

Bruce B. 

Coffee 

Candy Bar Boy 

24-Hr. Muzak 

Don Achkin 



HAPPY GUMBO-ING! 

(HOPE YOU DON'T GET INDIGESTION) 



474 




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This book is about people, for people, but it really 
belongs to the people who put it together. I f^ 
like it is mine but it reflects much more than simply 
my own ideas. It is the people who were there in 
the beginning last spring when it was just growing 
out of a long pondered ide^fthose who started put- 
ting all the thousands of pieces together, those who 
stepped in at the middle to take over unfinished 
jobs and all the wonderful people who came in dur- 
ing the last ckjtotic moments to finish it up^'n the 
early hours m deadline morning. 

This>oolc is theirs as much as/irfs mine if not more. 
My deepest thanks goes to fnem. 



editor, 

1973 GUMBO 







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WHO DID WHAT 



PHOTOGRAPHY: 

COLOR: 

Girlwatcher series by Paul Ledford, Bruce Barielle and friends. 

Herschel Hoffpauir 12, 13, 224, 225, 230, 231, 233. 292. 293. 

Paul Ledford 2, 229, 232, 236, 270 swimming, 271 wrestling. 

Jim Dantin 3. 4, 5, 228, 270 football. 

Bruce Barielle 226, 235. 

Steve Verret 232. 

Frank Banahan 234. 

Juan Barney 271 tennis. 

Sports Information 270 basketball. 

BLACK AND WHITE: 

Herschel Hoffpauir 28, 29, 31, 27, 47. 58. 59. 60. 246, 247. 248, 

272, 273, 274, 278. 279. 284. 285, 287, 289, 292. 296. 298, 299, 

302, 303, 304. 305, 326. 

Paul Ledford 22, 23, 26, 28, 29, 40, 41, 72, 73, 120, 121, 126. 

127, 129, 131, 136, 137, 164, 165, 168, 169, 173, 286, 

288. 314, 315, 316, 317, 318, 319, 322, 325, 441, 470. 

Bruce Barielle 25. 32, 50, 82, 2 1 4, 2 1 5, 2 1 6, 2 1 7, 2 1 8. 2 1 9, 

292, 293, 309, 310, 31 1, 358, 434, 435. 

Jim Dantin 27, 46. 222, 223, 275. 276, 277, 280, 281, 282, 

287. 290, 291, 295, 324. 325. 328. 

Bill Joseph 33, 35, 48, 49, 50, 51, 106, 107, 312, 313, 486. 

Carl Ritter 45, 49, 72, 104, 182, 183, 266, 267, 268, 269. 

Frank Banahan 260, 262, 320, 321, 445, 446, 447, 469. 

Juan Barney 34, 58, 132, 176, 237, 252, 253, 444. 

Rick Richard 263, 283, 300, 324, 330. 

Cliff Strider 306, 307, 208. Andy Patrick 24, 261. Leslie 

Morris 36, 465. Dan Hardesty 294, 297. Jack Maroonneaux 68, 69. 

Barry Piltz 301 , 447. Stephen Guido 90, 487. Ran Kiper 485. 

Scott Crane 249. Sports Information 322. 

LSD Photographic Studio for all classes portraits and groupies 

pictures. 



COPY: 



Questionnaire answers were taken from answers given to questions 

on the favorite professor ballots. 

Suzy Hiegel 24. 26. 30, 31, 33, 35. 59, 165, 239, 240, 243, 434. 

443, 456. 458, 460, 462, 467, 469. 

Terry Pitman 277, 280, 295, 296, 307, 308, 311. 

John Porterfield 442, 445. 446, 448. Richard Eberhardt, Jack Glover 378. 

Nan Stephenson 214, 215, 216, 218. 219. Melanie Smith 37. 

Patsy Green 260, 261. Beth Erny 464. 465. Lila Tritico 82. 

Joe Niswanger 90. Sunny Eisenhower 107. Dowell Fontenot 120. 

Jane Seghers 137. Margaret Bruce 148. Gale Watanabe 205. 

Lynn Clay 247. 249. Terry Devine 160. Stewart Walker 28. 



GRAPHICS: 



Cover Terry Devine, Herschel Hoffpauir. 

Terry Devine 17, 19. 53. 55. 209. 21 1. 254. 255, 257, 258, 437, 

439. 

Gale Watanabe I, 193. 199. 221, 259, 327, 414, 478. 

John Todd 378. Artwork on page I by Bill 

Baggett Jr. of Benson Printing Co., Nashville, Tenn. taken from 1972 GUMBO. 



SPECIFICATIONS 



The 1973 edition of the GUMBO was printed by the offset lithography process by 
Taylor Publishing Co.. Dallas. Texas. The book is printed on 80 Ib. Taylor Dull Enamel 
paper. Endsheets are 65 Ib. special endleaf stock. Division pages are printed in one color 
on .009 Carolina cover coated 2 sides stack. 

Inb are the product of Cal. Ink Co. and Sinclair & Valentine. 

The cover was produced by Taylor Publishing Company and is ilk screen on a doth 
base. 

Cover, division and subdivision page type is hand lettered. All other type is Vogue light 
or bold face. 

Color photography was produced with High Speed Ektachrome Daylight Kodachrome or 
oda chrome B at or above recommended manufacturers ratings. Color prints for pages 
270. 271. 292 and 293 by Meisel Photochrome Corp.. Dallas. Texas. Embryology slides 
by Carolina Biological Supply Co.. Burlington. N. C. 

Press run was 14.500 copies. 



The opinions "pressed in this book are those of the GUMBO Staff. They are not 



body of Louisiana State University unless any of the above mentioned 
admit they agree with them. 




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154 


Blann. Mary Anna 


426 


Abrehms Merrie 


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Airfft. Harry 


158 


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Abrems Don 


102 423 


Aycoct Charles 


426 


Sttj. Richard Alan 
Block Buddy 


419 
432 


Acacia 


33*. 337 


Ayme. Dana Michael 


432 


Block and BridU 


100 


Acuff Cathy 


39. 119 


Bebbs Bruce 


IS6 


Board of Supervisors 


66.67 


Adanu. George 


IS6 


Baby. Booger 


421 


Bolanos. Rudy Jose 


417 


Adems Or. Leonard C. 


157 


Badeem. Margaret 


39 


Bologna Eugene N. 


432 


Adams. Sheke AM. 


417 


BadeeiK Sandw 


426 


Bombastus. Maneil Zeks 


431 


Adems.T. David 


417 


Beer. Michael S. Ill 


68 


Boniol. Donovan P. 


430 


Aden*. Walter 


432 


Bagala. Marly* 


103 


Bonne val Tommy 


96 


Add-on. Helen 


102 103 422 


Begert Christina A. 


430 


Booomolo. Ralph Rushee 


415 


Aesckbech Cheryl J. 


422 


Bagley. M 


101 


Bookter Claude W. Jr. 


118 


Aflefcen. Majid 


428 


Bagley Pat 


100. 105 


Boona Williar R. 


68 


Afsheme. Ad Memid 


426 


Baguant. Jay 


156. IS9 


Boose Stephen P. 


432 


Agard Albert L. 


418 


Bailey. Lou 


96 


Bop Bit Butch 


420 


-el Set*h 


42S 


Ba.ley. Robert Michael 


419 


Borde Barbara 


131 


Ag^ic *'*/' cco^c**" ci ._. - C 


95 


Baldwin Carol AMI 


416 


Bordelon Dairy) 


156 


Agric uftur. Students Assn. 


97 


BalKoff Dor. 


156 


Bored ot vuperv 1101 1 


61.69 


AgjJUrd Dale 


184 


Bal. Melvin Scott 


427 


Borman. Mark 


128 


deleCobb 
- Charlotte Sherwood 


424 
424 


lend 


286. 287, 288. 289 


Bossemeyer. Joanne 


416 


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424 


Bankston. Ed 
Bankston. Roy 


74 
128 


Bossier. Mary 
Bosworth. Lynn 


147. 422 
190 


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Afcert. Denny Joseph 


197 
431 


Baptist Student Union 

Baranco Denise 


196 

426 


Botsay. Myra 
Botta. Richard 


39 
98 


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428 


Barker Danny f. 


416 


Boudousquie. Philip 


432 


Aleunder Gladys 


433 


Barnes. Chris 


190 


Boudreaui Bob 


96 


AHord. K,m Elizabeth 


417 


Baronne. Toni 


39 


Boudreoux Darrell 


128 


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Barr. Marsha Jeanne 


411 


Boudreaui. R. M. 


115 


Alemen Debby 


103 


Barrus. James Frant 


420 


Bourg David 


130 


Aft^ Rob." 


159 


Barry. Kirby 


432 


Bourg Jeffery James 


421 


Alen. Sara 


190 


Barry. Wilfred 


154 


Bourge. Bobby 


433 


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424 


Bart. Buddy Boudaio 


422 


Bourgeois. Barrow J. 


418 


Alpha Beta CM 


131 


Bart. Morris 


197 


Bourgeois Chris M. 


425 


Alpha Derta Pi 


33*. 339 


Bartek. Kathleen J. 


424 


Bourgeois Debbie 


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Alpha EpvJonPhi 


340.341 


Basabal 


322. 323. 324. 325 


Bourgeois. K. Danny 


42 


Alpha Gamma Rho 


342.343 


Baslatbal 298. 299, 300. 301. 302. 303. 304. 


Bourgeois. Wayne 


98 


Alpha Kappa Alpha 


408 




305 


Bourgoyna. Dr. A. T. 


155 


Alpha Lambda Delta 


119 


Bassett James 


432 


Bouvier. Dr. Maurice J. 


157 


Alpha Omicron Pi 


344, 345 


Bates Linda Kay 


416 


Bouvier. Dr. William 


159 


Alpha Phi- 


346.347 


Bates Malinda S. 


419 


Boyd Professors 


70,71 


Alpha Tau Omega 


348.349 


Batty Becky 


38 


Boyle. Edward Michael 


415 


Alpha XI Delta 


350. 351 


Bauck. John 


43 


Boyle. Sharlene M. 


415 


Alpha Zete 


105 


Baudry. John 


43 


Boyston. Linda 


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: - Brenda 


102. 190 


Bauer Judy 


103. 423 


Braase. Charles 


101 


A . -: * - - '.' 


433 


Baugnon. Maria Christine 


420 


Bradford. Bob 


155. 158 


Alvarez Jose F. 


416 


Baiter. Cecily 


129 


Bradford. Buffy 


147 


Amador. Demetrio 


429 


Seal Mary Catherine 


103 


Bradford. Laurin 


430 


Amedee Linda 


423 


Beamish. Kevin 


43 


Brainis. Steven Mark 


421 


American Institute of Chemical 


Engineer* 


Bebee. Marvin Dale 


420 


Brandao. AureJio 


416 


A nirinn tnrtfhjti of Mechanic 


156 

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Beck. Robert L 
Back Steve 


422 
100 


Brandon. Mary C. 
Braniff. Judi C 


428 
430 




155 


Anden. Susan K. 


423 


;* Md LMI 


129 


Brazeel. Tricia 


115.419 


Anderson Andy 


158 


Ben Joyce 


39 


Breaud. Jody 


430 


Anderson. Catherine 


39 


Bender. RahA 


197 


ireiauJ Thomas Paul 


430 


Anderson. John Robert 


428 


Bene. Trudy 


103 


Breerwood Barbara Ann 


419 


Anderson Maii 


189 


Bennett. Bruce 


184 


Breithaupt Rob Lee 


431 


Anderson. Or. Richard D. 


71 


Bennett, Chip 


416 


Brewer. Susan 


102 


Aedhig. Penelope Pledge 
Andrews Cherte 


415 
98 


Bennett. Pamela Anne 
Benson. Sky 


416 
429 


Brignac. Ahrin J. 
Brister, Louis 


425 
43 


Andrews J. 0. 


416 


Bergeron. Marie 


418 




IIS 


DCOOCS. Jane joweicfinai j 


Andrwj S. David 


419 


Bernard. Michaie 


38 


Brooks Richard 


420 


Ang^ Flight 


186. 187 


Bernard Dr. Witam 


159 


Broom. Brant Lee 


417 


AeMQ. Carol AMI 


432 


Berry. Jane 


147 


Broom. Leroy P. 


417 


- L 


431 


Berwick. David Lynn 


425 


Broussard Lawrence E. 


426 


Antony Wil 


129 


Beta Alpha P 


129 


Brown. Annie 


432 




188 


Severs. Alan Dale 


417 


Brown. Catherine Ruth 


431 




415 


Bndek, Janet 


I8S 


Brown. Christine Marie 


417 


Arnold Air Society 


188 


Bidner Dr. Tom 


100 


Brown. Clayton GiacoUfe 


416 


Arnold Jtise 


154 


Bienvenu. Sonny 


416 


Brown. Kathryn M. 


417 


-. David R. 


130 


; - - :--!- 


415 


Brown. Mark H. 


423 


Asgan S. Farhang 


426 


Bienenue. St. Oair J. 


427 


Brown. Ronald Tim 


417 


Ashfon. Jack Jr. 


157 159 


BKjgers DOMM 


115. 186 

AlAj 


Brown. Vivian 

Rm_.M \A/ rV.w4Au 


147 

MIO 


Aahlua. Jemei Lewis 


42S 




416 


Drown, w. Lruowy 


418 


Association for Industrial and 




Bishop. Donald C. 


423 


Brown. William T. 


66 




ICC 


Bishop. Mary L 


423 


BTUCD Monjac^l Jo 


115. 157. 159 


Association of Women StuderrH 


1 99 

18 


Biiarrt, Mohamad 


155 


Bruce. M.mi 


190 


A roe Tom R. 


432 


Biie Susan Frances 


416 


trunrneld. Elizabeth B. 


451 


Aton. Charley R. 


4 JO 


Blackburn. April 


190 


Brupbacher. Ernil 


188 


Aton Gordon 


428 


BUctwal. Buddy 


189 192 


Bruse B. J. 


43 


Aton Kerry 


430 


BUcUood. Janet 


102 


Bullock James M. 


419 


Aton. John L 


430 


Blair. Susan 


429 


Burtmen. Grant 


188 


Aton Kevin 


431 


BUncherd. Roy Edward 


421 


Burch Larry 


198 


AeUn. Peul 


101 


BUnche. Poky 


80 


Ourch Warren E. Jr. 


416 


Aucc-n Danrty 


97 98 


BUnco. Jorge Luis 


416 


fL-flnr f4 p,-_ 

otjrfofo. rrwios 


159 


Aucoui. UnoWy 




BanUnship John 


128 


Burford. Jerry 


425 



Burford. Pam (47. 423 

Burke Bill 198 

Burke. Tom 43. 77 
Burns. A. J. 77 95. 97. (OS 

Burns. Cindy 166 

Burns. Gregory C. 421 

Bums. Mana 421 

Bums. Mary Helen 190 

Burns. Paul Y. 99 

Burris. Monica 39 

Bursavicri, Greg 129 

Busbice. Mark 156 

Busby. George 188 

Busenborrick David C. 429 

Bush. Janice D. 432 

Butler. Robert Conrad Jr. 417 

Buttman. Grant 192 

Byrd. Warren 184 

Caccia. Everra Patricia 

Cadden. Irish 38 

CadwaHader. Creighton 154 

CaiUet David 159 

Cain. Mike 189 

Calfee. John 130 

Callegari. Mile 96 

Calvert. John 157 

Cambre. Genny 39 

Csmbre J. Daniel 432 

Campbell. Darrell Nicholas 420 

Campo John J. 426 

Cangelosi. Get* 186 

Cangelosi. Philip W. 425 

Cannon Stewart 428 

CapeKart Richard Edward 428 

Carbonette. AK-a L 429 

Carlos. Don 185 

Carloss Don 188 

Carmicfiael. C. B. 430 

Camahan Emily G. 430 

Carpenter. Nancy Maria 431 

Carrigan. Jenny 427 

Carrigan. John W. 427 

Carrigan. Joyce 39. 427 

Carroll. Alice Ellen 421 

Carter. Captain 189 

Carter. Mike Arthur 423 

Carter. Norma Jean 433 

Carter. Roger 105 

Cartwell. Bill 128 

Carville James 430 

Cascio. Dennis 43 

Cassidy Andrea Mary 420 

Csstellanos Jorge 433 

Castello Joel 155 

Castille. Bess Marie 426 

Cat. Honky 433 

Cat. Top 433 

Catalino. George 185 

Cauley. Linda 115 

Centanni SKaron 103 

Cervaja!, Loren 43 

Chabreck Robert 99 
CKaisson. Scotty 188. 192 

Chalearnkul Sanit O. 420 

Chambers Vera Darlene 417 

Champagne Ann 147 

Champagne. J. E. 129 

Champion, Patrick 419 

Champion Roseta 419 

Champion William L 419 

Chance Kathy 190 

Chandler. Jim 99 

Chaney. John 97 

Chaney. Pat 131 
Chapman Bobby 197. 433 

Charlton Howard 192 

Charoenwongreark. Eakaphong 419 

Chatelain. Jane 39.417 

Chatelam Kenneth 188 

Chatelain. M ,. 156 

Chatman Fredric 95 

Cheatham Stanley 432 

Cheetah Baby 421 

Chehardy Peggy Lynn 423 



479 



Chemin, Louis 
Chetta, Denise 
Chew, Boon Peng 
Chaisson. Charles Gerard 

Chi Epsilon 

Childress, Kathleen Ann 

Chi Omega 

Cho. Dr. C. C. 

Choudhury, Ranab 

Christy. Ange 

Ciaccio. Charles Philip 

Cicero, Debbie Ann 

Clancy, Philip L. 

Clapp, Willard D. 

Clarlc, Kim A. 

Clayton, Annelle 

Clayton, Gary 

Clement, Pamela Lea 

Clisham, Ron 

Cockrell, Michael W. 

Coco, Carolyne 

Coleman, Beverlye Joyce 

Coleman, Christine Marie 

Coleman, Howard 

Coles. Bert 

College of Agriculture 

College of Arts and Sciences 

College of Business Administration 

College of Chemistry and Physics 

College of Education 

College of Engineering 

College of Environmental Design 

Colomb. Dave 

Colquitt, Linda 

Colvin. James H. 

Comeaux, Mark Randal 

Compton, Bobby Lynn 

Constantin, Dr. Roysell 

Conway, Clayton 97, 

Cook, Martha 

Cool, Leroy Jim 

Cooper. Bill 

Cooper, Cathy 

Copeland, Diana Sue 

Coppersmith, Barbara Anne 

Corp Staff 

Courtney. Randy 

Couvillion, Bill 

Couvillion. Joseph Donald 

Cox, Teddy 

Crabtree. Bill 

Cragie, Marie 

Craig. Sally 

Crane, G. Scott 

Crane. Jeff 

Crawford, Elva Jo 

Crawford, Stephen W. 

Crescionne, Linda 

Crichton. Scott 

Crist, Karen M. 

Cristina. Jay 

Crockett, Myra Evangeline 

Cross. Peggy 

Crow, A. B. 

Crowell, Andrew B. 

Cruz, Arturo Jose 

Cullen, Keith P. 

Culliton, Timothy Wayne 

Culotta, Rodi William 

Cunha, Michael 

Cunningham. Ralph L. 

Curroll. Alice 

Curry. Dan 

Curry. Sheral A. 

Curtis. Cate 

Daftari, Shahriar 
Daigle, Mary Juanita 
Daigrepont, Rodney 
D'Albor. Kathy 
Dalton. David Wright 
Damhourst, Betsy 
Damm, Douglas Donovan 
Daniel. Charles Wilcox 
Daniel. Robert Warren 



158 


Daniels. Jack 


115 


Dansby. Cristine 


417 


Dantin. Jim 


419 


Dantin, Terry 


154 


D'Aquin. Joel 


425 


Darden. David 


352, 353 


Dartez. L. Ralph 


157 


Darwin, 


415 


Daugerfield. Edward W. Jr. 


423 


Daugherty, M. Denny 


425 


Daughtry, Tana 


426 


Davidson, Kathy 


429 


Davis, Jimmie H. 


422 


Davis, Joyce 


426 


Davis, Pam 


421 


Davis. Patricia Ann 


42 


Davis. Robert 


429 


Davis, Roger 


188 


Davison, Louis Martin 


417 


Dawson, Donna 


131 


Dawson. Janet F. 


418 


Dawson, Trent A. 


428 


Dean. Joe 


157 


Dean, James 


115 


Deason. Charles Kenneth 


90-94 


deBanos. Janet M. 


106-114 


Decker. Debbie 


120-127 


DeFoe. Michael E. 


132-134 


Delta Delta Delta 


136-146 


Delta Gamma 


148-153 


Delta Kappa Epsilon 


160-163 


Delta Sigma Pi 


42 


Delta Sigma Theta 


427 


Delta Tau Delta 


426 


Delta Zeta 


428 


DeMent. Chuck 


431 


Demouth. Debbie 


98 


Dendy, David W. 


100. 105 


Denker, Gordon 


186 


Dennis, L. Rand 


433 


DePrato. Philip 


425 


Desselle, Harold Marion 


115 


Devall, Jane Ellen 


424 


Dias. Jo Anne 


431 


Diaz. Jorge 


184 


Dick. Joseph 


130 


Dick, Peggi 


422. 


Dickenson. L. Clifton III 


418 


Dickerson. Arthur W. 


420 


Didier Jackie 


154 


Dikes. Steve 


77 


Dileo. Jan 


190 


Dileo. Jay M. 


431 


Dileo. Paul L. 


42 


Dileo. Vincent L. 


39 


Dimartino. Biaggie 


68 


Dittmer, Edward Brewster 


186 


Dodd. Lawrence Roe 


43 


Dodds. John W. 


432 


Dodson. Suzie 


423 


Dohram, Allison 


427 


Dombourian, Zart 


190 


Dominick, Leon 


99 


Donaldson, David Joseph IV 


432 


Dong-Sqozia, Pedro 


417 


Doody. Stephen Roy 


426 


Dore. Gordon E. 


417 


Dore. James P. 


431 


Dore, Lloyd III 


188 


Dornier, Russell L. 


430 


Dorsey. Brent Woodson 


103 


Douglas. Lintot 


101 


Downing, Jean 


425 


Downs. Lee Mark 


186 


Draeger. Marilyn 




Drake. George L. Ill 


426 


DuBois. Debbie V. 


430 


DoBois. Joey 


129 


Ducatel, Steven Marcel 


39 


Duchamp, Linda 


419 


Duff Dennis 


1 15 


Dugan. Philip D.. II 


426 


Dugan. Susan 


419 


Dugas. Gregory J. 


417 


Dugas. Keith 



43 


Duhon. Bermaid 


432 


Fendler, Gene 


432 


131 


Duhon, Berme 


77 


Fernandez. Jose Luis 


428 


424 


Duncan, Johnny 


192 


Ferrand, Patrice 


39 


424 


Dunn, John 


96 


Ferrell. Barbara Anne 


418 


131 


Dunn, Mary Lou 


419 


Rji 


380, 381 


43 


Dunn, Sid 


156 


Finkelstein, Ellen 




415 


Dupluchein, James 


101 


Fitzgerald. Patti 


In 


428 


Dupree Verlyn 


415 


Flanagan, Jimmy 


97 


422 


Dupuis, John R. 


415 


Fleischhauer. Rai Lynn 


422 


423 


Dupuis, Mary Elizabeth 


118 


Fleurant, Michel 




118 


Dupuy Debbie 


186 


Fogg, Peter 




102 


Dupuy, Deborah 


39 


Foil. Joy Anne 




66 


Durand. George Arthur 


416 


Fontane, John 




430 


Durant, Sehoy M. 


417 


Fontenelle. Robert E. 


432 


190 


Durocher. Susan 


39 


Fontenot, Aaron K. 


4,5 


416 


Duteil. Dana 


103 


Fontenot. Adrienne 


147, 186 


95 


Dutreix, Joseph Harry 


419 


Fontenot, Daniel 


188 


42 


Dutton, Philip Rue! 


416 


Fontenot, Dowell 


80.81 


431 


Duvic. Joy 


103 


Football 


274W 


430 


Duyer, Som'a 


157 


Ford. Virgil E. Jr. 


431 


419 


Dye. John R. 


432 


Forrest, Linda 


197 


419 


Dyer, A. Gill 


420 


Fortenberry, Jerry 


100 


96 


Dyer, Debbie Sue 


420 


Fortier, David 


130 


157 


Dyer, Sonia 


159 


Fos, Charlie 


101 


415 


Dykes. Steve 


101 


Foster. Larry 


100 


421 






Foster, Murphy J. 


66 


98, 104 


Eagan, Debbie 


38 


Foster, R. Mark 


130 


431 


Early, Ann 


190 


Foster, Ronald 


185 


354, 355 


Earnhart, Melvin 


188 


Fournet. Ron 


189 


356, 357 


Eber 


431 


Fourrier, Jeanne 


190 


358, 359 


Eberhardt. Patrick 


416 


Fousse, Wayne 


130 


130 


Echegaray, Pepe 


428 


Frabbiele. Cindy 


426 


409 


Echols. Rita 


186 


Francis. Chairman Mao 


424 


360, 361 


Edley, John B. 


418 


Franco, Carl 


42 


362, 363 


Edwards, Suzan 


429 


Francois, Don 


415 


188 


Edwards, Vickie 


129. 131 


Franklin. Adrian 


417 


38 


Eggart, Jeff 


43 


Franklin. Duard 


159 


415 


Eggart, Judy 


422 


Franks. Debbie 




156. 421 


Eichorn, Louis 


128 


Franks, James 


10! 


420 


Eichhorn, Louis E. 


427 


Frazier. Lynn 


43 


101 


Eisen, Sheri 


197 


Freeman. John Albert 


417 


415 


Elkazzaz. Ghassan Hamed 


431 


Freeman, Robert 


100 


422 


Elkins, Gary 


75, 80 


Free University 


204 


102 


Elliott, Tricia 


102 


French. Jeff 


42, 192 


428 


Ellis, Jan 


147, 423 


Freshman Advisors 




101 


Ellis, Kent 


43 


Freshney. Pam 




115 


Ellwood, Susan 


433 


Frey. Frederick W. 




118 


Emani, Seyed. M. R. 


428 


Friloux. Annette M. 


418 


424 


Engels, Janice 


38 


Fritz, the Cat 


417 


102 


Engert, Tom 


154 


Fry, Cathy 


80, 81 186 


97 


Erickson. Ken 


418 


Fulghum. Becky 


190 


430 


Escasena, Manuel 


101, 433 


Fusilan, Greg 


95 


418 


Eschette Allen 


156 


Fusilier, Mike 


130 


418 


Eskandar, Debbie 


418 


Fussell. Cynthia Rose 


415 


418 


Eskandar, Massoud 


418 


Futch, Tom 


98 


128 


Esmail. Walid 


155 






418 


Esteve, Donald Joseph 


415 


Gabel, Thomas C. 


424 


427 


Eta Kappa Nu 


157 


Gainnie. Steve J. 


419 


431 


Ettinger, Lee 


42 


Galjour. Mark Gaston 


430 


186 


Evans. Dave 


96 


Gamble. Rebecca J. 


427 


38 


Evans, David 


105 


Gamma Phi Beta 


364, 365 


432 


Evans. John P. 


433 


Gansar, Gary F. 


424 


430 


Evans. Ronald 


101 


Gardner. Robert 


43 


427 


Exner. Jerry Lee 


416 


Gardsbane. Susan 


197 


416 






Garver. Susan 


77 


429 


Fakier. Joe 


420 


Gary, Donna G. 


417 


43 


Fahey, Janet 


39 


Gauthier. Constance 


118 


432 


Fair, J. Michael 


424 


Gauthier, M. Christine 


421 


74 418 


Falcon, Gregory 


426 


Gauthreaux, David H. 


422 


432 


Falcon. Randy 


188 


Gautreau, Charlie 


101 


419 


Fall, Kathy 


39 


Gautreaux, Marc 


425 


39 


Fanbue, Michael Wayne 


428 


Gautreaux, Suzan 


428 


147 


Farlow, Robert 


100 


Gean, Katherine F. 


420 


420 


Farmer, David P. 


429 


Gean, Macon K. 


420 


129 


Farmer, Sharon 


186 


Geldmacher, Michael Leigh 


417 


431 


Fast, Eddy 


431 


Gentry, Carl 


118 


424 


Faulk. Bill Ray 


432 


Ghods, Hassan Nakhaiy 


431 


96 


Faullc, Donna M. 


418 


Ghods, Hossein 


428 


41 6 


Fauner. Sharon 


118 


Giambrone, Paul 


415 


102 


Favaloro, Joanne Mary 


429 


Gibbs, Jennifer 


190 


433 


Fayard. Riclt 


429 


Gibson, Jim 


43 


**j j 
422 


Featherston, James 


1 15 


Gibson, Steve 


96 


131 


Feduccia. Janet C. 


424 


Giglio, Steve Rene 


432 


420 


Feduccia, John 1. 


424 


Gilbert. Jay L. Robert 


432 


430 


Felton, Lynne 


147 


Gill, Jonathan 


426 



480 



1 Gel. Kent 


426 


Harrel. Sandra Gail 


417 


, ; ; j . 


96 


U Cli". Pat 


102 


Hams Chuck 


432 


Horticulture dub 


98 


G*s Joy L 


429 


Harris. Janet 


39 


Horticulture Queen 


104 


1 Grrtnghoine Jan 


102 


Harris. Wiliam P. 


130 


Horton Sharon 


39 




39 


Harrison. Douglas 


430 


Hoskins. Mildred 


102 


Goatichel. Key 


432 


Harson. Mike 


185 


Hotard. Linda 


428 


Goforth Myron E. 


426 


Marvel Charles 


130 


House, Re nee Aret 


424 


Golden. Jan 


38 


Harwood Betsy 


102. 186 


House. R.chard 


80 


GoK 


312. 313 


Hasfing Peggy 


IIS 


" : . ' _ ; ' . . 


102 


Gonzelas. Antonio 


425 


Hatton. Richard 


IOS 


Hromadka Mark 


IOS 


1 Go*iiaai OanoaM 


425 


Hatty. Angela 


422 


Hi InliaiB Ink* 

- - 


98 


Seed. Johnny Be 


433 


Hatty. Ann Leona 


422 


Hudson Dawn C. 


415 


Goodman. RUM! 


IIS 


Hatty. James Jr. 


422 


Hudson Jam. M. 


432 


1 Goodman Stomper 


430 


Hatty Johnny Hoseph 


422 


Hudson Laurie Reh 


433 


1 Gordon Norman Ray 


429 


Heuck. John 


430 


Hudson. Richard 


99 


1 CoJ. Jumer R. 


429 


Hauler. Donna 


432 


Huey. Baby 


421 


Graduate School 


86-89 


Haws. Barbara Claire 


431 


Hufft. Harry 


155 


agnini. Agatha M. 


432 


Hawkins. Jugie 


119 


Huhner. Susan Patricia 


426 


1 Graft. Jane Ben 


428 


Hawkins M. F. 


158 


HuHberg. Jo 


77 


I Cranberry Lynn 


102. 427 


Heydel Debbie M. 


428 


Humes. Dr. Paul 


100 


1 Grenzin Susan Carla 


419 


Hayes. Gary C 


425 


Humphreys, day 


IOS 


Greek Jeanne Aene 


425 


Hayes. Hubert T. 


42S 


Hunt. Lynn 


103 




190 


Hayes. Larry Wayne 


426 


Hurst. Sue 


147 


Graver Ltnde 


38 


Hayes. Patricia N. 


425 


Hurstell Malcolm L Jr. 


424 




417 


Haynie. WiKem 


159 


Hutchinson. Louis J. 


419 




421 


Hazel. Dick 


185. 425 


Hyde. Gene 


99 


- _ . . - ^ - 


197 


Hebert. Edgar V. 


419 






Greene Mark D. 


420 
417 


1 1 i . /** 
neoerr, oeorge 

Hebert Marshall Gregory 


96 
422 


lie. Thomas J. 
Industrial Technical Education dub 


426 
101 


" "" " 


416 


Hebert. Steve 


77.432 


IM Basketball 


264 


1 CiimTpn. rtili. 


95 


Heffron John S. 


424 


IM Fencing 


266 




185 


Heffron. Mary R. 


424 


IM Hag Footbal 260. 


261.262 


_. .. - - _- 


129 


Heider. Tassie M. 


422 


IM Rugby 


268, 269 


1 Cjiftofl Lester 






102. 103 


IM Soccer 


267 


fl Greedy. Yvonne 


39.417 


Heinlen. Jane Clayton 


419 


IM Softball 


263 


I Guarino. Nancy Jewell 
1 Geerin. Linda 


427 

430 


Heinrich Debbie 


39 
190 


IM Voleybal 

Wf |_, ( AHJ.tlr r^n.Mlrl 


265 
331 




I GugWmo. BUn 


186. 189 


Hemard Vic. 


43. IOS 


Irrrerfraternrty CouncS 


334.335 


- - -.. 


43 


Hembry. Dr. Glen 


105 


Irving. Steve 


74 


1 Geid>. Mart 


130 


Henderson. Bit 


130 


Ishida. Wasalcu 


429 


1 Geidry. Ricky 


95. IOS 


Henderson. Kerry! 


432 


bier. William E. 


425 


1 Gwdry Robert D. 


421 


llejeiliiinii Thomas C. 


432 


Jackson. Danny 


100 


1 Cidr>. Thomas 


156 


Hendricks. James 


100 


Jackson. Vanessa 


39 


1 Gifcl. Wayne 


96. 421 


Hendry. David T. 


429 


Jacobs. Charles Edward 


433 


! GuiBory Belinda Ann 


417 


Hendry. Steve 


429 


Jacobs, Cindy Ann 


420 




424 


Hernandez. Gema Luisa 


415 


Jain, Suresh Gfiandra 


425 




159 


Hernandez. Luis 


415 


Jamas. Ann 


102 


Cnetor ( . Sue 


424 


Hernandez Luis J. 


416 


Jaramillo. Mario 


128 


'- - ~ - 


95. 105 


HajejeiiJui Victor 


157 


Jarrell Melanie 


186 


GeCno. Ronnie 


101 


Heroman. John 


128 


Jeansonne. Debra K. 


38 


f _1_AJ. 1 

OIPffTra. JT 


80.81. 184. 189 


"^'-I'ti" ; r ~~ * ' > * " 


159 


Jehle. Buzz 


1 59. 427 


f? | f_t_tt 

wrtoo 3~a>* 


470-475 


Hesser George 


128 


Jenkins. Mark Edward 


419 


'-.-:- : 


101 


Hew. Emil T. 


425 


Jennings. Wayion 


97 


C|ienaitici 


309.310.311 


Hewitt. Forrest dark 


423 


Jennings. Wayne 


95. 105 


Haase Lynn 
Hack. Joan D. 
-. ; , - : _ - : 

Heffner Mike 
Heggaf Ke*y 
Hagius. Fred E. 
-s-: *-- 
Halphen PaJ 


186 
429 
429 
128 
77 
432 
190 
97 100 


Hicks. Mark S. 
Hidalgo. Alice 
Hiagal. Susanna 

Hightower. Steven Irish 
Hid. Debra 

MeMl rOUOOaTlOfl 

MEard. April 
Hindelang. Philip 


415 
430 
IIS 
102 
424 
38 
197 
39 
417 


Jessup. Candy 
Jessup. Jack 
Jimenez. Daniel 
Jofre. Magda 
Johnson. Dr. 
Johnson. Dr. David E. 
Johnson John 
Johnson. Dr. Johnny R. 
Johnson. Joe 


186. 419 
188.419 
420 
416 
95 
157 
192 
157 
159 




66 8 1 


Hines. Wiliam Hunter 


4IS 


Jolauun. Meal G. 


423 


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Hindi. Leon 


IX 


Johnson. Norman Kent 


431 


~ - ' ' - 

Ha-fro. Gregory Van 

Hamilton Leo C. 


415 
415 
74.415 
99 


Hise. M 
Ho. Dr. B. L 

Hobbaz. Marian 


158. 159 
IS7 
197 


Johnson. Prestiss 
Johnson. Tommy J. 
Jones. Donald 


157. 159 
420 
IS4 


HeneW WOKam C. 


429 
419 
IOS 
131. 186 
421 
102 


Hocke. Joyce M. 
HoetV. Mathilda. C F. 
Hoffman Santa 
1 lullinan. Totn 
Hofneins. Hal 
Hobrook. Charles 


432 
431 
102 
96 
416 
430 


Jones Jacqueline Ann 
Jones. Joe H. 
Jones. Mary Lorraine 
Jones, Richard 
Jones. Roger C. 
Jones. Ronnie B. 


431 
432 
423 
ISS 
421 
432 


Hampden. Keith 
Henbury Claudia 
Hanneman Kathleen A. 
Hannaman Margaret 


Hanson Alison 

MefttMtfM klefketaW 1*7 


430 

tUA 


HoKomo, CKaootta 
HoWen Charles 


39 
433 


Jordon M. Diane 
Jortner. Scoff ISS. 


415 

158. 159 


na*evoi. Mwcnaa j>. 
Hanson. Michael D. 
Hanson Trudy Ann 


**IO 

416 
416 


HoUen. Dr. W. R. 
HoKdey. Charles C. 
n,.r.i UM 


ISS 
422 

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Joseph Jay 
Joseph. Michael 


159. 197 
42 


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195 


nomer. Jwi i 


1 93 


Joseph. Nancy Sue 


422 


Hardaway. Barbara 


IIS 186 


Hoamgswortn . Marion 
Holm Rick 


39 
154.428 


Juge. Stephen 


430 


Hardaway. Nancy 


186 


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JtmtoAVpfla. JM%I 


1 IS 


I Harkms Patricia 
Harmon CnarCe 
Harper K. C. Stewart 


186 
97 
432 


rionnes. nAice 


vM 

103 
39 
429 


Jung. Ronald 
Junior Ormion 
Junior Pinhelenic 


96 
164-176 
333 


Hoot. Jan 


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KacKo Jay 

tCadir, Mohamad SjaKr 
Kadir, Mottama Stahir 
Kanrtarar. Rosamana Ann 
Kappa Alpha 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Kappa Delta 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Kappa EpsHon 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Kappa Sigma 
Karate Club 
Kastureo-icz. Anatol 
Kasum. Kassim 
Kaye. Lane Evan 
Kaan. Missy 
Keams, Stratton 
Keister. Thomas 
Keltey. Sheridan Lynn 
Kelly Debbie 
Kelly Mary 
Kelly. Sheridan 
Kelly. Steve 
Kelton Sally 
Kamp Stephen P. 
Kennedy. Timothy N. 
Kennison. Danny 
Kerst. Mary Ann 
Khalil. Ashraf O. 
Khalil. Hoda A. 
Khalil. Omar S. 
K. Hebrew Lauren M. 
Kimbler Dr. O. K. 
Kimbrell. Steve Lloyd 
Kindred, Fred Braud 
King. JoAnne 
King, Larry Michael 
Kinnay Dr. Ralph 
Kleban. Mike 
Kleeger. Karen 
Kleinpeter Barbara 
Kleinpater. Suzia 
Kliabert. Alan 
Khebert Melvin 
Kloete. Roulette Mar-lane 
Knesel. Robert 
Knight, Lyna 
Kochman. Debbie 
Koederitz. Bill L 
Koenig. Michael L. 
Koepp. \7lenn A. 
Koepp. Jan 
Koike Donna Yoke 
Kolb Chuck 
Koratzsky. Roselyn 
Koskia. Earl Thomas Jr. 
Koskie. Lee Ann 
Kovalich, Mike 
Kress. John 
Kuretza, Mary A. 
Kusu. Kazuyuki 
Kyzar. Emily 

LaBorde Angela 
LaBrecha. Lyfwi 
LaCaze. Doris 
Lacour Francis 
LaCour. Joe Donald 
Laf argue. Norman Irion 
LaFlaur. Cathy 
LaFleur. Dan 
Lahey. Laurie 
Laiche. Mary 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Lambert. Doug 
Lambert. Roy 
Lancaster. Kent 
Lancaster. Lewis 
Lancaster. Lidonna 
Landreeui. Frank 
Landreneau. F. Steve 
Landry. Arlene Helen 
Landry Dan 
Landry. Denise Oaira 
Landry. lona 



189 
417 
416 
427 

366,367 

368. 369 

370. 371 

147 

1*8 

372. 373 

374. 375 

IM 

99 

ISS 

428 

102 

IOS 

99 

431 

IOS. 198 
39 
190 
IOS 

97. 101 
428 
415 
101 
418 
423 
423 
423 
424 

155. 158. 159 
416 
422 
38 
427 
157 
197 
430 
IIS 
415 
185 
188 
428 

128.427 
131 
131 
419 
431 
638 
190 
421 



429 
416 

156. 159 

424 

417 

38 

103 
186 
423 
130 
422 
425 
IIS 

43 

147 

103 

376,377 

77 
431 
427 
Mi 

38 
42. 416 

77 
425 

43. IOS. 422 
415 
192 



481 



Landry. Jimmy 
Landry. Kenneth Joseph 
Landry. Peggy Louise 
Landry, Ronny 
Landry. Thomas 
Langford, Shirley 
Langhetee, Edmond 
Langston, Lawrence 
Lanie, Renee 
Lanoux, Peggy 
LaPlace, Carl 
LaRose, Phil Mark 
Larrick. Mary Gay 
Larrick, William Raymond 
Larson, Susan Jean 
Lashover. Lee 
Lass. Alycea 
Lassatle. Annette M. 
Lathrum. Sammy 
Lato. Stephen M. 
Lattman. Barbara L. 
Laughlin, Mark R. 
Laughlin, Michael Patrick 
Laurent. Bonnie 
Lawrence, Beverly 
Lawrence. Paul 
Law School 
Layne, Anne K. 
Layne. Beth Jane 
Lazarus, Keith 
Lazarus. N. Michael 
Leach. Craig 
Leak, James Caulfield 
LeBeau. Monica 
LeBeau, Reglna 
LeBlanc, Anne 
LeBlanc. Cindy R. 
LeBlanc, Claudette 
LeBlanc, Julie 
LeBlanc, Randy K. 
LeBlanc. Susan Ann 
LeBourgeois. Archie H. 
LeBourgeois. Keith L. 
LeBourgeois, Leo 
LeBoutillier, John Preston 
Ledell. Rosie 
Ledet, Joseph 
Ledet, Raymond 
LeDoux, Diana 
LeDoux. Joseph E. 
Lee. Ellen Kay 
Lee. Freda 
Lee, Harold E. Jr. 
Leeper, Mary Ellen 
Leeper. Richard 
Legardeur, Michael Rene 
LeJeune. Betty Fryer 
LeJeune, James Craig 
Lemieux, Richard N. 
Lemoine. Darlene Marie 
Lemoine, Dickey 
Lemoine. Patricia Claire 
Lennox. Doug 
Letlow. Bill 
Level!. Rebecca Ann 
Levert, Jean 
Levine, Dennis 
Levitan. Tom 
Levy, Charles Aaron 
Lewis. Luthor A. Jr. 
Lewis. Susan Marian 
Lieber. Rich 
Life. Bernie 
Lightell. Ray 
Lightfoot, Judy 
Liliedahl. Kent 
Lindsay, David 
Linn. Rita 
Linnarty, Norwin 
Lipnick. Marilyn 
Littrell. Richard Corwin 
Liu. Calvin 
Live Division 
Livingston. Ricky D. 
Loehr, Carol 



95. 105 


Lombard, Janet Ann 


427 


Long. Baby 


431 


Long, Peggy 


188, 421 


Long, Terri L. 


188 


Looney. Eileen 


115 


Lopez. Gloria Elizabeth 


158. 159 


Lorio. Barbara 


128 


Lott, Joe Lee 


103 


Loughetee. Ed 


198 


Love. Debbie 


157 


Love. Kathy 


425 


Love. Llndsey 


416 


Lovett, William E. Ill 


416 


Lowery. Dr. George H. 


419 


Lowitz, Glenn 


197 


Lowry. John 


147 


Loyd. James R. 


430 


Luikart, Will 


192 


Lutz, Ernest W. Jr. 


156 


Lynas. G. Barry 


422 


Lynn, Debbie 


432 


Lyons. Cat 


416 


Lyons. Cathleen 


415 


Lyons. Paul 


428 




115, 428 


McBnde. Tommy C. 


8285 


McCarley. Martha Jane 


417 


McCauley. Rebecca 


417 


McCauley, Ruth 


101 


McClanahon, Randy 


433 


McClatchey. Louis 


99 


McClindon. Millie 


426 


McCloskey, Gay Lynn Ann 


147 


McCook, Lucile 


147 


McCord. Betsy 


38 


McCoy. Linda 


418 


McCrae. Sandy 


115. 190 


McCullough. William 


102 


McCune, Debbi Ann 


429 


McCutcheon. Bridget 


431 


McCutcheon, Cyndi 


427 


McDaniel, Chris 


427 


McDaniel, Colleen 


154 


McDaniel, John 


423 


McDaniel, Spoiler 


131 


McDermid, Robert 


101 


McDevitt. Carlton 


159 


McDonald. John 


432 


McElroy. Tim 


432 


McFarland, Virginia 


426 


McGee. Russell 


102 


McGehee. Butch 


423 


McGill. Patrick Michael 


426 


McGlasslan. Russ 


96 


McGlynn. Dr. Sean P. 


422 


McGrew. Patrick Francis 


425 


Mclnnis. Mark Philip 


425 


Mclntosh, Marcia Ann 


130 


Mclntosh, John Robert 


420 


Mclntosh, Tom 


96 


McKay, Mike 


428 


McKee, Scott 


1 54, 428 


McKeithen, Dr. A. Eglin 


100 


McKenzie, Wayne 


423 


McKerley, Noni 


415 


McKinmr. Gary 


95. 97 


McKnight, Jim 


80 


McLaury, Lucy Gay 


425 


McLellan Ren 


429 


McLlndon, Michael P. 


424 


McMorris. Julie 


43, 188 


McMullan, John Hughes 


433 


McMullin, William 


129 


McNair. Dan W. 


38 


McRae. Daniel Glynn Jr. 


1 RR 




1 OD 


Macedo. Roberto 


156. 159. 182, 184 


Mackenzie, Steve 


39, 421 


Mackie, Frank 


99 


Maddox. Tim 


1 RA 




1 oo 


Madison, Scott 


41 ^ 




T 1 I 3 


Magee. Pat 


99 


Magee. Patrick 


17 


Maggoire. John 


422 


Magnolia, Raymond 


102 


Mahdavi-Amiri, Nezameddin 



417 
421 
102 
418 
39 
416 
186 
423 
155 
102 
115 
423 
429 
71 
197 
43 
425 
426 
424 
421 
147 
423 
39 
418 

418 

426 

80. 81 

81 

185, 189 
416 

39 
419 
430 
190 
118 
115 

97 
431 

39 
102 
115 

38. 115 
130 
430 

99 
105 

99 

43 
147 

43 

43. 432 
421 
192 

71 
415 
420 
424 
100 
100 
159 
197 

66 

96 
100 
415 

99 
421 
115 
418 
102 
432 
147 
416 
425 

417 
417 

81 
184 
156 

43 

198, 433 
154 
128 
428 



Mahini. Reza 431 

Mahmud. Mohd Raw! 421 

Malespin. Carlos Enrique 417 

Malone. Bernard Louis Jr. 423 

Man, The Dan 433 

Manning. Susan 420 

Manthey. Deborah 39 

Marchand. Michelle 38 

Marcus. Susan 186 

Maren. Kalion 425 

Marino. Johnny A. 427 

Marionneaux, Annette Cecelia 428 

Marks, Worton 418 

Marlin. C. B. 99 

Marquardt, Dan 43 

Marrero, Karl A. 432 

Marsolan, Maureen O'Meara 423 

Marsolan, Norman F. 423 

Martin, Barney I 54 

Martin, Dim 43 

Martin, Gina 417 
Martin, Matt 100. 105 

Martin. Pamela Ann 419 

Martinez, Joan Evelyn 416 

Marvel, Nathaniel Travis Jr. 418 

Mary, Richard I 18 

Mason, David 430 

Matherne. James 101 

Matthews. Polly A. 43 I 

Maurin. Mary Ellen 39 

May, Colleen 186 

May. Daisy 417 

May. Don 188 

May. Mary Ellen 429 

May. Pamela I 18 

Mayeaux, Francis Keith 415 

Mayeaux. Johnny 97 

Mayerson, Loris 421 

Means. Hugh 41 7 

Mears, W. Raymond 42 

Meehan, Mary A. 417 

Meeks. Steve M. 417 

Mehrak, Faramarz 426 

Melancon, Edward M. 419 

Melancon, Randy R. 431 

Melanson. Marian 147 
Melton, Glen 97, 100. 105 

Melton. H. D. 189 

Menano, Cindy 38 

Menard. Ronald David 418 

Mennace. Dennis the 417 

Men's Councilors 43 

Men's Dormitory Association 42 

Mercer, Fraternity Fred 415 
Meredith, Bob 155, 158. 159. 185, 189 

Meriwether, Lester 415 

Mermilliod, Warren 424 

Meshell. Mary 147 

Metz. Dr. Mary I 19 
Metzger. Frank 75. 80 

Meyer. Ann 39 

Meyer. Denise 190 

Meyer, Nancy 103 

Meyer, Pamela Ann 427 

Meyers. Hillard Jr. 423 

Michaelson. Jay 418 

Michiels, Linda S. 415 

Middleton. Ann 186 

Mike 423 

Mike. Big 424 

Mikeil. Alan 155 
Mikell. Alan 158, 159 
Military 182-192 

Miller. Louis E. 421 

Miller. Major 189 

Miller. Marilyn 102 

Miller. Maurice M. II 425 

Miller. R. L. 198 

Miller. Theodore 198 

Mills. Laura 190 

Milton. A. D. 185 
Minnis. Bruce 96. 429 

Minnis. Denise Marie 429 

Minvielle, Ed Anthony 418 

Minvielle, Susan M. 426 



Mire, Gary |Q| 

Mire, Lynette Ann 428 
Mitch. Alan M. 
Mitchell. Faye Ann 

Mitchell. Glenn E. 42 
Mitchell. Major Wallace 186.188 

Mixon. James 431 
Moecklin. Lauren 
Moffett. Lou A. 
Moffett. Suzanne S. 
Mohamad. Abu Asmara 

Moherly, Stephen L. 421 
Molloy, Neal 157. 15 

Momberg, Wayne Alan 421 

Moncrief Stephen |fj 
Monquillot, John Edward 
Monroe, Kevin Dale 

Monte, Judith Ann 424 

Montz, Lorna 147 

Moon, Del E. 418 

Moore, Danny 184 

Moore, Nancy Ann 426 

Moore, Steve 198 
Morales. Kay 39, 417 

Moreau. Douglas 430 

Moreau. Rebecca Lynn 416 
Moreland, Carolyns 

Morgan, Keith 77, 159 

Morgan, Rick 101 

Morris. Barbara Margaret 427 
Morris, Paul 97, 105 

Morris, Tom I 54 

Morrissette, Don 101 

Mortar Board/Sigma Delta Chi IIS 
Moss. Patricia 

Mottaghy, Mehdi D. 428.431 

Mouledous. Suzanne 190 

Mouse, Minnie 41 7 

Move Division 437 
Mullen. Don R. 421 429 

Mullen, SueAnne H. 429 

Mumme. Debbie Mary 425 

Mumphrey. J. Scott 130 

Murov. Mark G. 427 
Murphy, Michael 
Murphy, Mike 

Murphy, Sherri 428 

Murray, James Richard 431 

Mu Sigma Rho 1 18 

Musso, Mary Anne 417 

Musso. Tommy 432 

Mustelier, Leonel Fausto 416 

Myer, Don 105 

Myles, Lonny 430 

Nachman, Julie Preis I 15 

Nafe. Bob 97. 105 

Nagel. Denise 131 

Nakhleh. Jenan Fayer 431 

Naney. Robert 

Naqum. Catherine Anne 417 

Naquin, Julius Reagan 

Naylor. Donald 427 

Neal. Warren 

Neklutin, Michael 147 

Nelmick. Randall 

Nelson. Linda C. 427 

Nelson. Marti 

Newcome, Larry 

Newport, Gloria Margaret 428 

Newsom, John D. 420 

Newsom, Dr. Leo D. 

Nhok, Sileap 416 

Nicholson. John J. 130,425 

Niswanger, Joe D. 75. 77 

Noble. Will Doc 428 

Nobles. Steve 414 

Noel. Germaine 

Noeske. Theresa Ann 

Norchauer. Butch 

Norman. Keith 105 

Normand, Patrick 130 

Normand. Roger 

Normand. Stephen 

Norris, Carol 156, 



482 



Norton Nancy ADane 

.Dwid 



ODooal. Kay 
Oabarst Becky 



OtVano JackMchaal 
CXowr. Duke R. J. 
EdoW 



O Maara. BU* J. 



Oi Juiii . ShaJa lytxi 

Otego John 
O-tego JohnE. 
Ortago Toy 
Oftab. Robert H. 
Ov Pat 

Osdel Jana- Van 
Ostarbarqar Albert W. 

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:. : 



0a PhyCs 
Ovans Batty 
Owns. Edward Lea 
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Robert Lc 

Pa* J,m 



Pardo Di90 Enrique 



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Pasquak* Toots Medina 



Patot Mark D. 
Patrick Andrew Alan 
i Patnck. Tarry 

i Pane* Katy 
I Paul Bobby 

:,. ; ... . 

.Kailh 
Dr. 



Peacock Peggy 



Paarce EmiK/ 
Paerce Shalay 
Paaroii Tarry 
Pack. Witam S. Jr. 



Peak Diana 
Peat Jane 



PahSer Dr. Jamas R. 

Peggy Gwe" 



-. . - : , - 

Parry Em 

Perry Jody 
fParry 



Harold 
Palais- Audrey Lynne 
petersan, Glen R. 
Peterson Michael Lynn 



417 


Petit. Dale J. 


425 


Radosia Anna 


432 


97. 101 


Plister Cindy C. 


419 


Rafizadeh. Schumann 


428 




Phares Fran 


39 190 


Raley. Canal AM 


422 


415 


Phi Delta Thet. 


379 


Ramirez. Jose Jr. 


431 


432 


Phi lota Alph. 


410 


Raney Jerry 


128 


103 


Phi(Upp.PHi 


116. 117 


Raudabaugh Randy 


128 


190 


PfciK.pp.Psi 


382. 383 


Ranlett, Christopher 


188 


39 


Phi Kappa That. 


384. 385 


Rapier. Carolyn 


38 


420 


Phi Mil 


386,387 


Rarley. Ergo Gensen 


424 


421 




in? 


Raworth Mabel 


38 


154 


fHT|l Don 


1 U 

80 


Ray. Jimmy 


43 


39 


Ph.,ps Susan 


190 


Raymond. Janet 


185 


96.416 


Ph*. Bobby 


98 


Raymond Steve 


187 


427 


Pi Beta Phi 


388.389 


Rayne Lance 


155 427 


39 


Pichakron Somtop 


101 


Reddy Konda Rameshwar 


428 


413 


ffchaj Tom 


129 


Reddy, Subhash Chandra 


428 


421 




420 


Redmond Don 155, 158. 159, 


198 198 


130 


"-". " ; 


128 


Read. Cynthia Diane 


417 


415 


Picou. Kenneth 


432 


Regn* D. Victor 


130 


101 


PiEpeloaTeu 


158 


Re.bert, Kenneth 


156 159 


432 


P! Kappa Alpha 


390.391 


Reichle. Leslie H. 


432 


102 


PiK.pp.Pfci 


411 


Reid Laura 


100 


119 


Pierce. Mike 


97 


Rein. Cheryl 


102 


419 


: : -- 


430 


Rekucki. Bart 


128 


147 


Pilot. Patrick Louis 


425 


Reno Fred 


M 


130 415 


Pirtz. Barry 


197 


Rerkjirattikal. Suvit 


420 


425 


Pine. Gary 


43 


Reveile Editors 


454.455 


147 


Pi Sigm. Epsfe. 


128 


P. .a. Reporters 


452,453 


102 


Pittnvan. Cathy 


39 


Reynolds. Dr. Joseph M. 


71 


43 


Pitts. H 


415 


Richard, Susan E. 


421 


190 


Pizza. Diane Mary 


428 


Richards Pam Kay 


423 


MS 


Pizza. Normand Francis 


428 


Richardson Daniel J. 


432 


432 


Pizzolato. Patty G. 


419 


Richardson. Ira 


430 


416 


Planche Ann 


420 


Richardson, Sru 


43 


423 


Play Division 


2O9 


Richardson. Dr. Walter C. 


71 


128 


Potto. Gloria 


190 


Riddle. Thomas 


430 


186 


PoKtz. Jerry 


101 


Riggin Mary Frances 


MB. 431 


427 


Politz Samuel M. 


424 


Ristroph Donna 


100 


96 


Ponder Ruth 


39 


R.stroph Louise M. 


420 


418 


Porcell, Dr. PosQuala 


71 


Ritchie, C. Vemon 


68 


416 


Porter. Mary Collir. 


430 


Rivera. Rosa Idohia 


415 


419 


Porterfield. John 


74. MS. 428 


Rives. John 


189 


147 


Porter* Gaston 


99 


Rivet, Lawrence 


431 


428 




426 


Rivet. Ralph Francis 


427 




426 


Posey Ronald Dwiqht 


426 


Rizzo. Karen Ann 


424 


154 


Poterie Lou 


96 


Roark, Chan 


38 


432 


Pott*. Russal L 


423 


Robert. Dr. Darrel 


105 


IQ2 


Pounds. Sue 


95 


Robert Dabby 


184 




Pourciau. Bil 


185 


Robert, James 


185 


IIS 


Pourciau. Kerry 


IIS. 415 


Roberts. Errol W. 


426 


420 


Pourcie*. PMbHa Ann 


415 


Roberts Greg 


43 


77 


Pourciau. Wayna 


147 


Roberts. Kathy 


416 


418 


Pourciau. Yvonne 


147. 418 


Roberts, Norman 


156 


417 


Powal David Alan 


428 


Rob*chau. John Charles 


422 


39 


Powele. Wallace Oden 


418 


Robichaui. Kenneth 


430 


190 


Powers. Bil 


100 


Robicham. Rag* 


189 


43 


Powers. Stanley C. 


425 


Robinson, Linda 


102 


157 


Pozz.. Wil 


74 


Robinson Mary K. 


102. 190 


188. 421 


. - 


154 


Robinson Marie E. 


417 




95 


Prageant. Jo Ann 


102 


Rochkind. Lynn S. 


424 


431 


Presley, Jack* 


190 




104 




147 


Pressl* Norman W. 


430 


Roe. Deborah A. 


431 


IIS 




418 


Roessta. Chris 


39 


.-_- - A. - - *. ."?; 


102. 104 


Praston. Margaret Elizabeth 


418 


Rogers. Andrea 


422 


128 


Preston. Ronald Keith 


418 


Rogers. M 


426 


66 


Prevost Karen 


190 


Rotas. German J. 


416 


103 424 


Prewitt Ouida 


102 


Rome. Stephen Joseph 


431 


188 


Price. Tim 


97 105 


Romero. David 


: 




Pnmeaut. Larry Be" 


421 


Romero Marcial M. 


416 


186 


Prince. Siener 


426 


Romero. Mary 


39 


190 


Pr-ngla. John E. 


430 


Roos. Diane 


102 415 


66 


Pryor. Dr. William A. 


71 


Roosa Kenneth 


424 


418 


Pucfcett Don E. 


424 


Root. Paul 


43 


101 


Pugh. Joe M. 


416 


Ross. Gary 155. 


159 423 


421 


Pugh. Steve 


118 


Roth. EM 


185 


186 


Purcel Pat 


103 


Roth. Gene 


189 


423 


Pushk* Gail 


197 


Roth Wifcem W. 


432 








Roubwau Frank 


74.415 


186 

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Qua*. John Joseph 


429 


RouTir. Paul 


157 159 


/9 

192 




104 


Roussel. Alan 


105 


197 


RabaUrs CWferd 


192 


Roussel John 


105 


417 
419 


Rabelais. Linda Gayta 
Rachel Wayne 


420 
156 


Roussai. Ricky 
Rowa. Sandra 


97 
430 


422 


Red* Dev. 


158 


Roy. Deen 


184 








Roy. Gine 


190 



Roy. John 
Roy Lotus Blossom 
Rubenstein Marvin 
Russell, John 
Russell. Rodney 
Russo. John 
Rustand. Linda J. 
Rvan. W. Michael 
Ryan Ai C. 

Saale Maurice 
Sage Nancy 
Sakiodis. Lana 
Saltx, Andrea 
Sanchez Jose 
Sanders David 
Sanders Kay L. 
Sanders Linda 
Sandoz. Yvonne 
Sondreneau Steve 
Sandrik Jeffrey 
Sansing. David Parks 
San i Hassan 
Satterwhite William L. 
Scabbard and Blade 
Sceers George 
Schambach Frank 
Schelin. Beth 
Scher Marc 
Scherer, Foiy 
Shennayder. Nolan H. 
Shiro. Thomas J. 
Schittone. Danny Wayne 
Schittone Joseph A. 
Schlenker. John Matthews 
Schmeider, Jenny 
Schmidt, John E. 
Schmieder. Gary 

Schneider Stephen 
SchotWId. William S. 
School of Musk 
Schroeter, Petar 
Schweider Charles F. 
Scotch Guard 
Scott. Andy 
Scott. Nancy 
Scott. Peggy 
Scott. Ralph 
Scott, Raymond Louis 
Scott. Walter 
Scuba CU> 
Seal, Robert Warren 
Seale. Jocky 
Seale T. Jay 
Sebastian. Tess 
Seberle. Brian 
Seghers Arachinid 
Seghers, Francis 
Seghers Jane 
Seghers Lizzie Borden 
Seghers Teen Angel 
Sellers Bruce 
Selser Helen 
Serio, Marianne Theresa 
Serio. Roane 
Serpes Melanie Beth 
Sewell. William 
Seybrum, Kittie 
S6A Assembly 
Shah Kirit V. 
Shah. Sailesh V. 
Sharkey. Bemaro J. 
Sharp Linda 
Shaw, Barbara 
Shear. Jennie 
Sheedy Chris M. 
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Shehane. Steven Arthur 
SheKon. Lorraine 
Shepherd Jamas L. 
Shappard Reed S. 
Sharrouse John Jr. 
Shipmen Allison 
Shipp. Kan 



424 
197 

- 
185 

96 
416 
429 
428 

101 

186 
432 
197 
429 

130 
417 
MS 
186 

43 
128 
423 
428 
427 
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128 
420 
424 

102, 190 
130 
421 
429 
429 
418,427 

39 
432 

128 415 
430 
432 

180. 181 
430 
421 

190. 191 
189 

38 

129. 131 
156 
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42 
198 
418 

99 
423 424 

38 
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115 
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430 
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105 
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417 
421 
419 
192 
427 
76.77 
419 
419 
422 
102 
190 
433 
425 
426 
429 
420 
39 
432 
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43 
433 
157 



97, 



Shore, Linda 

Short, Suzanne 

Shuford Keith 

Shuib, Ahmad Bin 

Siccone, Phil T. 

Siener, Bob 

Sigler, George 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Sigma Chi 

Sigma Nu 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Sigma Pi 

Simmons, Dave 

Simmons, James 

Simon, Karlon 

Simoneaux. Bruce J. 

Simopoulous. Karen 

Sims, Ambrose 

Sims, Brenda Gail 

Sinnott, Leo 

Sivo, Domenico N. 

Skinner, Michael D. 

Slattery, Jerry 

Sledge. Claude R. 

Smilie. Linda Jo 

Smith, Adelaide 

Smith. Barbara F. 

Smith. Bernie 

Smith, Bill 

Smith. Bumps Latour 

Smith, Carroll Wayne 

Smith, Deja V. 

Smith. Edwin Delatte 

Smith, Gary 

Smith, Greg 

Smith, Irene 

Smith. James R. 

Smith, Karen Mary 

Smith. Maurice 

Smith, Paul Eugene 

Smith, Peter A. 

Smith, Randall Q. 

Smith. Renee 

Smith. Ronald 

Sneve. Max 

Snowden. Bud 

Society of Foresters 

Soileau, Stephen Reed 

Solis. Sam 

Songy, Jeanine 

Songy, Jim 

Sonnier, Maria 

Soyez. Kenneth G. 

Spaht. Carlos 

Spain. John 

Sparks, Sharon Y. 

Spillman, Susie Wayne 

Squire. Wade Tyler 

Stack. Glen 

Stadtherr, Dr. Richard 

Stafford, Carol Lee 

Stair, Mark 

Stamm, Richard Nelson 

Stanley. Bob 

Staples, James T. 

Steib. John C. 

Stelly, Karen 

Stephens, Barbie 

Stephens, Mark Alan 

Stephenson, Lynn 

Stern, Kerry Louis 

Stevenson, Andrea 

Stewart. William Bell 

Stiletto. Vince Trouble 

Stocltwell. Oliver P. 

Stokes. Pat 

Stone, Mary 

Stoutes. Karen 

Stracener, Carol E. 

Straughn, James 

Stromeyer, Judy 

Strong, John Michael 

Stroud. Bill G. 

Stubblefield. Ruth 

Student Government Association 



416 


Student Louisiana Teachers Assn. 


147 


Ti 


105 


Styron. Linda Louise 


426 


Ti 


188 


Suarez. Jaime A. 


416 


Ti 


421 


Suliaman, Husna 


417 


Ti 


415 


Sullivan, Eugenia 


102 


Tt 


426 


Sullivan, Mary Loretta 


424 


Ti 


130 


Sullivan. Ruth E. 


420 


Ti 


392, 393 


Summers. Margaret 


147 


Ti 


394, 395 


Swacker. Karla 


77 


Ti 


396, 397 


Swanson, A. L. 


66 




412 


Sweat, Sarah Jane 


423 


Ui 


398, 399 


Swimming 


318, 319 


Ui 


155. 158 


Switzer, Joannie 


186 


Ui 


96, 198 


Szpul. Paul 


420 


Ui 


42 


Szush. Jimmy Warren 


415 


Ui 


427 






Ui 


80 


Tabour, Rusty K. 


432 


Ui 


430 


Tan, Dr. T. O. 


157 


Ui 


417 


Tankersly, Kathy 


39, 428 


Ui 


155 


Tanner. Donna Kay 


420 




416 


Tassin, Gordon James 


427 


Vt 

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68 


Tate, Tim 


185 


vt 


77 


Tau Beta Pi 


159 


I 

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424 


Tau Kappa Epsilon 


400,401 


VI 
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39 


Taylor. Bill 


185 


Vt 


39 


Taylor, Cecil G. 


64,65 


Vt 


431 


Taylor, Gary 


130 


Vt 

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77 


Taylor. John 


157. 159 


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416 


Taylor, Sandra 


38 


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11 


430 


Teddlie. Charles Benton 


418 


Vc 

W 


431 


Teddlie. Karen LaFontaine 


418 


Ve 


432 


Teepell. Tommy 


189 


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433 


Temento. Diane M. 


430 


Ve 


159.428 


Tennis 


320, 321 


Ve 


42 


Terrio. David 


188 


1 


131 


Territo, Pete 


101 


Vii 


430 


Tesoro, Florentine 




Vi< 

W' 


431 


Thalji. Majid 1. 


420 


VII 

IA 


157 


Thames, Bonnie 


115 


Vl( 


415 


Thatcher, Debbie 


147 


Vii 

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416 


Theibges, Bart 


99 


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421 


Theta Xi 


402,403 


Vc 


115 


Thibodeaux, Byron 


157. 159 


Vo 


198 


Thielges. Dr. Bart A. 


96 


Vo 


432 


Thorn, Al. 


100 


W 


432 


Thomas. Carl 


80 


W 


96 


Thomas. David 


100 


W 


428 


Thomas, Elias Joseph 


429 


W 


43. 423 


Thomas, Karen 


421 


W 


39 


Thomas. Larry 


155 


W 


42 


Thomas. Rufus M. Jr. 


432 


W 


147 


Thompson. William G. 


425 


W 


422 


Thornhill. Richard D. 


417 


W 


66 


Tidwell. Bill 


426 


W 


1 15 


Tidwell, Pamela A. 


426 


W 


417 


Tighe, Blair 


185. 189 


W 


425 


Tilly. Miles E. 


432 


W 


433 


Timmer. Bobby 


96, 42 1 


W 


80 


Timmons. Edwin O. 


72. 73 


W 


98 


Tirado. Nelson 


418 


W, 


426 


Tisdale. David E. 


424 


W, 


159 


Tithemneyer, James 


43,419 


W, 


425 


Todd, John 


185 


W, 


156 


Toerner, Ed 


129 


W, 


43 


Tomkins, Debbie M. 


431 


W, 


423 


Tomkins, Ray V. 


431 


W, 


115 


Tomlin. Bryce 


430 


W, 


103 


Tomm. Jacqueline T. 


427 


W, 


429 


Torrance, Debbie 


417 


W, 


184 


Terund. Augustine Jess 


417 


W, 


428 


Tottle. Debbie 


100 


W, 


39 


Touchet. Don 


189 


w. 


426 


Toups, George 


105 


Wi 


420 


Toups, George Snook 


422 


Wi 


66 


Toye, Robert 


128 


W, 


102 


Trachtenberg, Charles M. 


420 


Wi 


197 


Track 314,315, 


316, 317 


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190 


Trahan. Joe W. 


416 


w< 


425 


Trascher, Sue 


186,429 


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185 


Troconis, Nelly A. 


416 


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430 


Troconis, Ricardo 


416 


Wi 


431 


Trucker, Mother 


421 


W( 


433 


Tuggle. Rebecca Ann 


418 


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Tulley. Mary Beth 


422 


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Tully, Kathy 


198 


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Tuminello. Frank 
Tuminello, James Terry 
Tunku, Mahmud Jahya 
Tupper, George 

rner. Bill 
Turner, Florence 
Turner, George R. 
Turner, Jim 
Turner. Kerrie 

Underwood, Betsy Gee 
Underwood, George Dunio 
Underwood, Kenton Clark 
Union 

Union Committee Members 
Union Governing Board 
Union Program Council 
University College 
Ursery, Janet 

Valais, June 
Valdor, Luis M. 

alenciano, Rodolfo C. 
Valinyiano. Mark 

nce, David 
VanLaanen, Gana 
Van Loon, Emily 
Van Osdell, Stephen J. 
Vantine, Cary 
Van Veckhoven, George 
Van Volkenburgh, Carl R. 
Varnado, Kelly 
Varshney, Vishnu 
Verdin, Crustal Mary 
Vetter, Cyril 
Vickers, Doug 
Vidrine. Connie 
Vidrine, Malcolm 
Vidrine. Roy A. 
Vincent. Anne 
Viso. Jose A. 
Voelkel, Mary 
Vongsoonthorn. Sompol 
Vora, Suresh M. 

Waddell, Walter 
Waguespack. Dawn Marie 
Waguespack. Roger 
Waguespack, Sorority Sue 
Wainwright. Beetle 
Walden, Terry A. 
Walker, Robert N. 
Wall, Bill 

Wallace. Charles Alton 
Waller-Diemont. Alex C. 
Walsh. Thomas N. 
Walter. Sarah I. 
Walters, Jeanine 
Wambsgans, Al 
Wan Abdullah, wan Sarah 
Ward. Larry 
Ward. Melinda 
Ware. George H. 
Ware. Hai 
Ware. Richard 
Ware. Sandi A. 
Wasmuth. Kent 
Watkins, Sharon Ann 
Watts, Alan 
Watts, John 
Weasel, C. U. 
Weatherby, Laurie 
Webb. Chris 
Weber. Leslie 
Webster, John Stanley 
Wee-wee, Baby 
Welchley, Alan 
Wells. George 
Wells. James M. 
Wesley. John Warren 
Wesley, Stephen Everett 
Wessels. Joanie 
West. Mike 
West. Dr. Philip W. 
Westergaard. Joyce 
Westphal, Michael Alan 



155 

421 
427 
415 
187 
190 
416 
154 
39,421 

425 
415 
425 

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78 
80 
81 

177-179 
186, 427 

103 

429 

416. 433 

42 
430 
426 
420 
418 
430 
433 
431 
154 
74. 77 
429 
430 

77 
430 
430 
422 
131 

130, 416 

39, I 19 

419 

419 

431 
429 
156 
415 
425 
420 
423 

1 56, 42 1 
431 
426 
415 
415 
190 
155 
417 
156 
147 
420 
128 
184 
420 
130 
433 

42, 105 
130 
424 
190 

42, 422 
147 
419 
421 
101 
43 
432 

105, 423 

417 

103 

96 

71 

102 

419 



Whatley. Jerry 

White, Darrel Wayne 

White, Don 

White, Gary 

White, Hal 

White. John 

White. Ken 

White, Steven Joseph 

Whitehead, Walt 

Whitfield Monica 

Whittum, Jim 

Who's Who 

Wiesendanger, Elliot 

Wilbert. Kenneth Pope 

Wild, Donald R. 

Wilde, Lawson A. 

Wilder, Wood 

Wilkes, Ted McKowen Jr. 

Williams. Chester Campbell 

Williams, Dale 

Williams. Danny Earl 

Williams. Ken 

Williams. Linda 

Williams, Mona 

Williams, Sandra Gail 

Williams. Dr. T. Harry 

Willard. Arlene 

Willard. Dale 

Willeford, James F. 

Willems, Danny 

Willis. Frank 

Willis. Steve 

Wilson, Dr. Bobby 

Wilson. Nancy Elizabeth 

Wilson, Peter Chase 

Wilson, Stephen A. 

Wifson. Steve R. 

Wimbish, Debbie 

Windom, Olan 

Wing and Brigade Staffs 

Winn, Carol Susan 

Wisnieski. Janet Beverly 

WLSU 

Wolcott, Joanne 

Wolcott, Maurice 

Womack, T. G. 

Wood, Lynda Kay 

Woodin, Martin D. 

Woodruff, Barbara Louise 

Woods, Susan 

Wooten. Wayne J. 

Work Division 

Wormand, Robert 

Wrenn, Romel Christopher 

Wrestling 

Wright, Tom All 

Xi Sigma Pi 

Yahaya, Yusoff Bin 
Yonam, Mike Q. 
Young. Leslie Virginia 
Young, Silas Joseph 
Youngblood. Dennis L. 
Youngblood, Susan Lou 
Yusoff, Mohammed Bin 

Zeringue. Furcy 
Zeringue, Patricia Jean 
Zeringue, Patsy 
Zeringue, Timothy 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Zimmerman. Leonard 
Zorgot, Rupert Chorio 
Zuelke. Jay 



306, 307, 308 

420 



42- 
430 

417 
421 

105 
418 
147 
198 

404,405 

406,407 

157 

424 



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LIVE 




WORK 



486 




PLAY 



497 



Help me, Father, I've nightmares 

Of the demons. 

In all the streets 

And doorways of the ruins 

I am surrounded by machines 

Of the city and the pity 

Of the snow falling down. 

Once the children's questions 
Grow weary unanswered 
They forsake their nations 
And take to the deserts 
In the swiftness of the falcon 
As searchers of the Word. 

Once the Word is broken 

It cannot be mended 

Like timber in the tempest 

That fractures unforgiving 

And spreads remembered vengeance 

Through the temple of trees. 

But come the spring 

I'll take my wings 

And I will be leaving 

A wayfaring eagle 

Who lost the seasons 

She lost his way 

But the flight turns to burden 

I am tempted to stay. 

Only the fools depend on 

The justice of virtue for salvation 

The sequence is motion, the order 

Is chaos 

The form will ever change. 



Michael Doucet 



MOVE: To progress in 

hope of progress, 



488